ISSCR Annual Meeting 2024

Hamburg, Germany | 10th – 13th July 2024

Join Qkine and over 4000 scientists from around the world at ISSCR 2024 in Hamburg to be part of the best and brightest stem cell event of the year. The ISSCR meeting is the most comprehensive gathering in stem cell research and a hub for discovery, collaboration and innovation in the field.

Visit our team on stand #1009 to learn more about how our portfolio of animal-free bioactive proteins can enhance your stem cell research. We will also be giving you the chance to play our game to win prizes.

We are also offering an exclusive Qkine goody bag for customers who sign up for our monthly newsletter before June 30th 2024. Sign up below to reserve your goody bag to collect on the stand.

Learn more about the ISSCR annual meeting below.

Key details


Date
Wednesday 10th July – Saturday 13th July 2024.

Location
CCH – Congress Center Hamburg,
1 Congressplatz,
Hamburg, HH, 20355
Germany

Registration
You can register to attend in person or virtually by clicking here.

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ISSCR travel grant award winner

Sara Bianchi, Bertero Lab

Sara Bianchi – Bertero Lab, University of Turin

As part of our commitment to support the development of stem cell and organoid researchers, we announced a competition for an individual to win a travel grant to attend ISSCR 2024 in Hamburg.

We are delighted to award our ISSCR travel grant to Sara Bianchi, a second-year bachelor’s student studying Biotechnology at the University of Turin in Italy. She is training in using hiPSC models to study cardiac development and disease.

Sara has distinguished herself both for her excellent grades and for having already started a voluntary internship in the Bertero lab.