The AUTOSTEM Platform brochure has been published and is available for download here. Congratulations to the entire AUTOSTEM team!
The final AUTOSTEM meeting was hosted by Fraunhofer-IPT in Aachen, Germany. The two-day meeting was held December 11 and 12, 2018 and 32 partner representatives were present. Coordinator Mary Murphy (NUIG) welcomed, greeted and opened the meeting. Nora Ward (PT) reviewed the reporting requirements that are outstanding, the budgetary figures, deliverables achieved, milestones, scheduling, risk[…]
AUTOSTEM partners at Aston University have had a busy autumn schedule. Three Aston researchers have been active in disseminating the progress of AUTOSTEM and recent findings. Drs Petra Hanga and Shibani Ratnayake attended the BESIG IChemE Novel Technologies in Industrial Bioprocessing Meeting that was held at CPI Darlington, the UK on the 11th and 12th of September 2018. Dr Ratnayake[…]
AUTOSTEM Coordinator Dr Mary Murphy and PI Prof Frank Barry amongst many other NUI Galway researchers participated at the Galway Science and Technology Festival Exhibition Day on Sunday, 25 November 2018. The AUTOSTEM display in the Bailey Allen Hall of the National University of Ireland Galway exhibited models and props which helped to explain osteoarthritis disease and[…]
AUTOSTEM was one of 9 promising health and life science projects funded under FP7 and Horizon 2020 Funding Programmes to be invited to attend UTILE Project‘s 2nd Business and Innovation Training Workshop and the Brokerage Event on October 10th and 11th 2018 in Bologna Italy, in the framework of the most important international event dedicated to the Life Science sector, the Meet in Italy for Life Sciences 2018.[…]
AUTOSTEM PI Chiara Gentili and her group at the University of Genoa featured in the July 2018 communication publication Ricerca & Innovazione. The story, “Nanotechnologies for Cell Therapy” appears on page 114, and describes AUTOSTEM and also STARSTEM, a recently funded Horizon 2020 project. View the entire publication here in Italian. Read the English version of the story here.
On October 5 and 6, 2018, Zoobiquity Colorado: Connecting Human and Animal Health through Regenerative Medicine will take place. Here, AUTOSTEM PI Prof Frank Barry of the Regenerative Medicine Institute at the National University of Ireland Galway will deliver a keynote presentation, ‘Cell Strategies for Arthritic Disease’. Zoobiquity Colorado aims to uncover the astonishing connection between human and animal health[…]
AUTOSTEM PI Professor Frank Barry of NUI Galway has had a busy 2018 thus far. He has organised and been invited to present at several conferences, provide keynote talks and lead seminars around the world raising the profile of AUTOSTEM internationally within academic and industrial circles. Here is a list of events: Speaker on August 17[…]
At the Month 30 plenary meeting in Galway, Jelena Ochs of Fraunhofer IPT provided an exciting update on several aspects of the AUTOSTEM Cell Production Pipeline. Jelena reported that the architecture and engineering components to the platform that are completed include: Hardware integration and the assembly of the platform A build-up of the electrical cabinet[…]
The sun shone in Galway while the AUTOSTEM team shared work package updates and partners’ future plans on 4th and 5th of July 2018. The 1.5-day plenary meeting included a GAMP (Good Automated Manufacturing Practice) workshop which involved team members from NUI Galway, Fraunhofer IPT, Aston University, Tyndall Institute and the Cell and Gene Therapy[…]