CellScale BlogWelcome to our blog page! This is split into different series of stories. Check out the In the Lab series where we catch up with researchers using CellScale systems. Caleb's Corner is where our president pens his insights on the industry. Finally the Product Launch series introduces the latest in CellScale R&D. Enjoy browsing!
CellScale chats with Kellen Chen from the Cardiac Biomechanics Group within the lab of Professor Jeff Holmes at the University of Virginia. Kellen is studying the effects of mechanical stimulation on tendon healing using the MechanoCulture B1.
We are excited to present our new product: the MicroTester – available in 2 versions to meet your specific research needs.
CellScale chats with Shahnaz Javani in the Cardiac Biomechanics Lab of Professor Ali Azadani at the University of Denver. Shahnaz is studying the mechanical properties of heart tissue using the BioTester Planar Biaxial Testing Machine.
CellScale chats with Professor Cheryl Seguin from the University of Western Ontario, Canada. Cheryl is completing research on annulus cells using the MechanoCulture B1.
The first post of Caleb’s Corner! CellScale President Caleb Horst shares an overview of the unique properties of biomaterials that makes testing them a whole different experience than with manufactured materials.
CellScale chats with senior researcher Marcel Vlig at the Association of Dutch Burn Centres in Beverwijk, Netherlands. Marcel is studying the cellular response of dermal fibroblasts to mechanical loading using the MechanoCulture B1.
CellScale chats with Dr. Theo Seller of the Institute for Refractive and Ophthalmic Surgery in Zurich. Theo is completing research using the UStretch Precision Tensile Testing Machine.
CellScale chats with Gabby Krenz of the Institute of Science and Technology in Austria. Gabby is completing research using the Microsquisher – a high resolution micro-scale testing machine.
CellScale attends TERMIS in Japan and ESB in Netherlands! Read more for details.
CellScale chats with Rabbia Saeed of the McDevitt Lab at Georgia Tech. They have chosen the MicroSquisher to research on the mechanical properties of embryonic stem cell spheroids.