CELLINK webinar series

We are committed to keeping the scientific community informed. Join us for a series of webinars on improving workflow efficiencies with new technologies and products. We will cover a range of topics, including bioinks, bioprinting, liquid handling, cell-line development, genomics and more.

Bioprinting patient specific cartilage to treat articular joint lesions

Professor Stina Simonsson will present her research on bioprinting patient specific cartilage by combining autologous cells and iPSC’s.

Learn about:

  • The bioprinting workflow when working with cells
  • Different 3D scanning methods for OA defects and their advantages and disadvantages
  • Bioprinting’s potential take solutions from the benchtop to the bedside

Presented by Stina Simonsson, Professor of Cell Biology, University of Gothenburg

Thursday, May 28th
Register for 3:30 p.m. CEST |9:30 a.m. EST

Bioimpresión 3D Avanzada: Llevando la innovación a Latinoamérica (Advanced Bioprinting: Enabling innovation in Latin America)

Presentado por la Dra. Inés Jiménez, fundadora e investigadora en inMateriis.

Conoce más acerca de:

  • Bioimpresión 3D avanzada
  • Desarrollo y formulación de biomateriales heterogéneos
  • Policaprolactona mezclada para el desarrollo de aplicaciones veterinarias

Presented by Dra. Inés Jiménez, founder and researcher at inMateriis in Mexico.
Webinar in Spanish

Thursday, May 28th
Register for 12:00 p.m. CDT | 7:00 p.m. CEST

A Guide on 3D Bioprinting Skin

Isabella Bondesson, a CELLINK Tissue Engineer will present her teams work on the development of skin tissue modes and the significant benefits they can bring in the cosmetic, pharmaceutical and medical industries. She will also discuss the challenges the team faced and the solutions they came up with.
Learn about:

  • Where to start and how to develop a skin model
  • Selecting the right biomaterials
  • Post bioprinting processes

Presented by Tissue Engineer, Isabella Bondesson

Tuesday, June 2nd
Register for 3:30 p.m. CEST | 9:30 a.m. EST

Natural Polymers of bacterial origin and their use in Biomedical Applications

Professor Roy will discuss her research on the synthesis of natural polymers from bacteria, such as Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) and their biomedical applications. She will outline the synthesis process, the benefits of such polymers and how they can be combined with bioprinting and other processing techniques to develop more physiologically relevant tissue models, tissue engineering scaffolds and medical implants.
Learn more about:
• The bioprinting workflow
• Modulating natural polymers for tissue specificity
• The impact within the medical field for such materials

Presented by Prof. Ipsita Roy, Department of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Sheffield.

Tuesday, June 4th
Register for 3:00 p.m. CEST | 9:00 a.m. EST

Bioprinting Congenital Heart Defects: Pulmonary Artery Atresia Case Study

Dr. Tomov will present his recent research on the potential of bioprinted tissue models to develop a novel technique for establishing blood flow in cardiovascular mimics using clinical imaging, together with 3D bioprinting-based tissue engineering techniques.

Learn about:

  • Combining extrusion and DLP bioprinting
  • Utilizing bioprinting to study cardiovascular anomalies such as Pulmonary Artery Atresia
  • The potential for bioprinting in personalized medicine

Presented by Dr. Martin Tomov, Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology

Tuesday, June 9th
Register for 5:00 p.m. CEST | 11:00 a.m. EST

3D Bioprinting Pipeline of a Full Thickness Human Skin Model

Learn about:

  • Overview of the conventional 3D bioprinting pipeline for the fabrication of in vitro full thickness human skin models.
  • Pre-processing to post-processing steps of 3D bioprinting human skin models.
  • The use of a Taylor-Couette bioreactor for the dynamic post-processing of bioprinted dermal constructs.
  • The use of extrusion-based bioprinting for the fabrication of a composite full thickness human skin model.

Presented by Prof. Chi-Hwa Wang, Dr. Anbu Mozhi Thamizhchelvan and Mr. Jia Heng Teoh, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, National University of Singapore.

Thursday, June 11th
Register for 9:00 a.m. CEST | 4:00 p.m. JST


講師:田上 辰秋 先生 (名古屋市立大学 大学院薬学研究科 薬物送達学分野)


Presented by Prof. Tatsuki Tagami, Nagoya City University
Webinar in Japanese

Wednesday, June 17th
Register for 4:00 p.m. JST

Webinar with Dr. Stephanie Willerth, Acting Director of the Centre for Biomedical Research and the Biomedical Engineering program at University of Victoria.
Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Learn more about:

  • Formulating bioinks for functional tissues
  • The bioprinting workflow for bioink testing
  • Future considerations

Webinar with Application Specialist, Ryo Asada, PhD
Tuesday, May 26, 2020

演者:CELLINK株式会社 アプリケーションスペシャリスト 淺田 遼


Webinar with  Dr. Mario Alvarez, professor at University Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico.
Friday, May 22, 2020

Conoce más acerca de:

  • Zeína, la principal proteína del maíz, como material base para la impresión 3D de andamiajes celulares y fármacos.
  • Nanopartículas virales vegetales como aditivos de biotintas de hidrogel que proveen un nano-soporte funcionalizable para células de mamífero.
  • Tejido animal mínimamente procesado como aditivos funcionales de biotintas de hidrogel para desarrollar modelos de tejidos in vitro.

Stem Cell Culture and Therapeutics - CELLINK Lumen X

Webinar with Dr. A.J. Mellott and B.A. Heather Decker, co-founders of Ronawk LLC
Thursday, May 21, 2020

Learn about:

  • The benefits of bioprinting as a manufacturing process
  • The power of T-blocks
  • The future of regenerative medicine

Webinar with Dra. Grissel Trujillo, Assistant professor at University Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico
Friday, May 15, 2020

Conoce más acerca de:

  • La ingeniería tisular
  • Los retos de generar tejidos con grosores superiores a los 200 μm
  • Bioimpresión de tejidos artificiales gruesos vascularizados de manera robusta y sencilla
  • Uso de flujos caóticos (impresión caótica 3D) y tintas de hidrogeles sacrificables.

Webinar with Application Specialist Ryo Asada, PhD
Friday, May 15, 2020

演者:CELLINK株式会社 アプリケーションスペシャリスト 淺田 遼

3DバイオプリンターLUMEN Xを用いたデモンストレーション

Webinar with Khoon Lim, PhD
Thursday, May 14, 2020

Learn about: 

  • Designing photocrosslinkable bioinks and bioseins  
  • Extrusion-based vs. lithographic bioprinting  
  • Understanding and controlling the photocrosslinking process 

Webinar with Application Specialist Matthew Mail
Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Learn about:

  • Introduction to Stereolithography (SLA) concepts and different types
  • Differences between extrusion-based and SLA printing
  • Choosing different SLA technologies
  • Introduction to photocrosslinking biopolymers
  • Common materials used in the 3D bioprinting field

Webinar with Application Specialist Ryo Asada
Tuesday, May 12, 2020

演者:CELLINK株式会社 アプリケーションスペシャリスト 淺田 遼

3DバイオプリンターBIO Xを用いたデモンストレーション

Webinar with Dr. Julio Valdivia, University of Engineering and Technology (UTEC)
Thursday, May 7, 2020

Conoce más acerca de:

  • Qué es la ingeniería de tejidos y algunas aplicaciones.
  • La bioimpresión 3D y el cultivo de células para producir tejidos.
  • Materiales para bioimpresión (biopolímeros sintéticos y naturales, y células con o sin moléculas de señalización)
  • Una estrategia novedosa para superar dificultades en la ingeniería de piel

Webinar with BIO X Product Owner, Christian Silva, PhD candidate.
Thursday, April 30, 2020

Conoce más acerca de:

  • Qué es bioimpresión 3D
  • Clasificación de los tipos de bioimpresiones según su grado de complejidad
  • Aplicaciones en el mundo real

Live Demo with Field Application Specialist Erik Patak
Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Lumen X, powered by Volumetric, offers high resolution, high throughput and high fidelity – enhancing applications in microfluidics, cell-laden hydrogels, macroporous structures and more.
Construct microscopic features with speed, fidelity and precision.
Watch the live demo to learn more.

Webinar with Prof. Dr. Jens Kurreck
Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Professor Dr. Jens Kurreck presenting his recent research on virus infection study with Bioprinting.

Learn about:

  • Extrusion bioprinting of a 3D lung model
  • Physiological characterization of the organ model
  • Infection of the lung model with influenza A virus
  • Use of bioprinted lung model to develop coronavirus inhibitors

Webinar with Application Scientist Haruka Yoshie, PhD
Monday, April 27, 2020

Learn about:

  • COVID-19: The world is in crisis
  • Study of lung or any lung related diseases using 3D Bioprinting
  • Drug screening application of 3D Bioprinting
  • How we can apply 3D bioprinting technology for COVID-19 study or research

Webinar with cytena Chief Scientific Officer Julian Riba, PhD 
Thursday, April 23, 2020

Learn about:

  • Depositing individual mammalian and microbial cells 
  • Setting up protocols for low volume reagent dispensing and NGS library barcoding  
  • Automation and miniaturization of smart-seq, a full-length single-cell transcript sequencing workflow

Webinar with Application Scientist Haruka Yoshie, PhD
Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Learn about:

  • COVID-19: The global need for efficient testing
  • Using the I-DOT for noncontact low-volume liquid handling
  • How the I-DOT can help with COVID-19 qPCR testing?
  • Other I-DOT applications

Webinar with cytena Chief Scientific Officer Julian Riba, PhD
Thursday, April 16, 2020

Learn about:

  • Automated isolation of bacteria and other microorganisms
  • High-throughput cultivation workflow for isolating anaerobic bacteria from gut microbiota
  • Other research applications for the b.sight

Webinar with Application Specialist, Matthew Mail
Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Learn about:

  • Why use 3D models for skin tissue?
  • Skin fabrication methods and the advantage of 3D bioprinting.
  • Related publications about skin bioprinting.
  • The future of fabricating 3D skin and the role bioprinting will play.

Webinar with Senior Biomaterial Engineer Volodymyr Kuzmenko, PhD
Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Learn about:

  • Why collagen is such a versatile biomaterial
  • How collagen has been used for 3D cell culture in recent studies
  • About the future of collagen in bioprinting

Webinar with cytena Chief Scientific Officer Julian Riba, PhD
Thursday, April 9, 2020

Learn about:

  •  Single-cell dispensing technology
  •  Setting up highly efficient CLD workflows
  •  Using the c.bird to bring suspension culture to 96-well plates 

Webinar with Application Scientist Jordan Irvin, PhD.
Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Learn how the I-DOT:

  • Handles rapid high-throughput screening of almost any liquid class
  • Uses non-contact handling to minimize cross-contamination errors
  • Generates droplets as small as 8 nL and achieves <1 µL dead volume

Webinar with Application Scientist Reggie St. Louis.
Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Learn about:

  • How GelMA is derived
  • Tailoring GelMA for different applications
  • Recent research publications about using GelMA