The taste of blood in mosquitoes

Have you ever wondered how mosquitoes are able to sense the taste of blood? On June 10, you…

Read more
28 May 2020

Advancing science together

At Fluicell, we do not just develop innovative tools for life science research, we also have a dedicated…

Read more
27 May 2020

Fluicell welcomes Adina Lupu

Adina Lupu is joining Fluicell as Laboratory Assistant after completing her master’s degree in genomics and systems biology…

Read more
14 May 2020

Biopixlar webinar: liver model bioprinting

Biopixlar’s single-cell bioprinting capability is ideal for creating detailed in vitro tissue and disease models. In a live…

Read more
04 May 2020

THIS IS FLUICELL

“Fluicell started from a desire to push the bounds of science through inventiveness and ingenuity. For me, it…

Read more
21 Apr 2020

Fluicell’s response to COVID-19

As the COVID-19 infection spreads across the world, many workplaces struggle to keep activities going while minimizing exposure…

Read more
18 Mar 2020

First sale of Biopixlar and collaboration with University of Canterbury

We are proud to announce the first sale of the Biopixlar® platform to University of Canterbury, NZ. The…

Read more
03 Mar 2020

Promising new receptor modulator affecting cognitive dysfunction

The alpha-7 nicotinic receptor (nAChR) is an acetylcholine receptor with implied importance for long-term memory and with a…

Read more
03 Mar 2020

Biopixlar ready to face key challenges for bioprinting

As the world of bioprinting moves from concepts to actual biological applications, the performance requirements put on emerging…

Read more
13 Feb 2020