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ilse jonkers May 13
Interested in bioreactor experimentation to study the role of mechanical loading in cartilage homeostasis, repair and disease? Free training 2-days @ KU Leuven, Belgium. Final program available...Join us! #cartilage#homeostasis#mechanical loading
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Purplelilac Feb 25
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ESA Sep 26
We're partnering with to offer the Kubik 📦 facility on the to commercial customers. of . The new Express Service allows users to conduct experiments in 'weightlessness' 👉
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Hub for Biotechnology in the Built Environment Oct 31
Want to join our team? We are seeking a Vice Chancellor's Fellow in Bioreactor Engineering or Metabolic Modelling at See more:
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Mark Dorenkamp Jun 27
calls tile "lifeblood of his farm" and is installing a during a field day organized by tomorrow south of Claremont
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Maxime Duprez May 12
: now has an '' aboard, that could be used to make , for astronauts ► via
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Matthias Ahlhelm May 9
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Mark Bayley Aug 21
Day 1 of 3, building 2 woodchip s in Nth Qld, for the . Liner, inlet and outlet structures in, woodchip 90% there (ran out). Both systems taking runoff subsurface drainage pipes underneath cane paddock. Can't wait to seal them up and get ready for sampling!
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Jamie McDevitt-Irwin Dec 10
TFW when your partner's algae PBRs show up on 's CCE marine instagram 🤩
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Matthew Griffin Aug 20
How to make chicken nuggets in the future (today): 1. Find your chicken. 2. Grab a feather. 3. Put feather in in a lab 4. Eat chicken nuggets 5. Let chicken go
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julesrombouts Dec 13
setups enriching voor // Maxim Allaart is doing a great job in our lab 🤟 TU Delft @ TU Delft
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Divya Patel 9 Dec 18
My research paper on large-scale production of therapeutic in a perfusion system is finally out!
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Soteryx Corp Sep 19
This is filled with algae, operates on , and can absorb as much as 400 trees. It’s designed for urban environments and the energy it produces can reduce the of a .
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American Elements May 8
Algae 'Bioreactor' on Space Station Could Make Oxygen, Food for Astronauts solution
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VTT May 16
Tasty without cows, how’s that possible? With a help of ’s! Let the team tell more themselves: 🐄🍃🧀
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Michael Neugent Jun 13
It’s bladder organoid day! Well at least we hope....
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Pablo Carbonell Nov 16
I see as enabling technologies for from to scales
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Ralf Reski 🇩🇪🇪🇺 Nov 14
Replying to @ReskiLab
brings our |es to the field. Great to see reasearch turning into application.
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Intelligent Living Nov 12
This machine is a compact algae-fueled that is 400x more effective at soaking up than , meanwhile producing biofuel or even food!
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Hakai Magazine Sep 17
Two years of data shows tremendous promise in the efficiency of this .
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