BioSurfaces LLC (Electrospinning Biotechnology Company), Ashland, Massachusetts, make biomimetic synthetic cellular matrix using their proprietary electrospinning process (Bio-Spun™). Their Bio-Spun™ scaffolds are used for both in vitro and in vivo work. Let's look into the Bio-Spun™ Inserts and Plates as well as the benefits of how they are applying their Bio-Spun™ technology to in vitro research tools.
BioSurfaces offers many different types of electrospun scaffolds for cell and tissue development. To validate how well the Bio-Spun™ scaffold works in comparison with both standard 2D polyester scaffolds as well as animal collagen scaffolds, visit their website (https://www.biosurfaces.us/ivrt). For more information on the capabilities of these products, or if you are interested in purchasing one of their products, please contact Cameron.Phaneuf@biosurfaces.us or visit their website https://www.biosurfaces.us/ivrt-products and remember to tell Cameron that you learnt about this through the "Bite Sized Cool Technologies Series".
I wish to acknowledge a big thank you to BioSurfaces for kindly allowing me to reproduce their photographs on my Blog.
There is a lot of cool technology out there in many different areas of science, the third in the series will appear soon.