In conjunction with the LifETIME CDT program, Qkine has sponsored a PhD studentship based at Aston University, Birmingham, UK. Martha Gallagher started her PhD in Professor Eric Hill’s lab to develop a 3D biomaterial scaffold that will display multiple neurodevelopmental signalling factors to mimic corticogenesis with induced pluripotent stem cell-derived neurons and glia.
A collaboration between Qkine and 3D Bio-Tissues has been awarded one of four prestigious prizes at the 2022 EIT Food Venture Summit, held in Lisbon, Portugal. Prize money will be used to develop new solutions to reduce the cost of cultivated meat.
We are delighted to support the Women in Engineering, Science, and Technology networking day organized by a student committee at Aston University. Encouraging gender equality throughout STEM subjects is part of our company’s sustainable development goals and we are proud to empower women within the biotech sector.
We will be exhibiting at the annual PhD symposium at the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute on the 3rd and 4th November. Join us on the 25th of October at the Francis Crick Institute in London for the 5th Annual LSCN Symposium. This entirely student-led event is a great opportunity for students to network, discuss their research and expand their knowledge in their specialist subject areas.
Join us on the 25th of October at the Francis Crick Institute in London for the 5th Annual LSCN Symposium. This hybrid event brings together brings together research groups and affiliates working in and passionate about the broader stem cell field across universities and institutions in London and further afield.
We will be exhibiting at the Babraham Institute in Cambridge on 19th October 2022. Visit us to learn about our innovative growth factors and cytokines and learn more about our recently launched neural portfolio.
We will be exhibiting at the LifeTIME CDT student day being held at the University of Birmingham. This event brings together academics, students and key players in drug discovery and regenerative medicine including University of Glasgow, the University of Birmingham, Aston University and CÚRAM – Science Foundation Ireland.
Join us in person at the MCB/LISCB symposium at the University of Leicester to learn about innovative growth factors for your stem cell cultures
In collaboration with Dr Eric Hill at Aston University and the lifETIME CDT, we are offering a fully-funded PhD studentship to work on 'Designing biomimetic neural materials for scalable 3D cell'. This exciting opportunity is available to start in October 2022.
Join us in person at the 3rd FMS post doc symposium to learn about innovative growth factors for your stem cell cultures