Thermo Fisher Scientific is seeking partners to provide solutions to improve the mammalian cell culture workflow. We are open to receiving submissions addressing researcher pain points for any step(s) of the cell culture workflow and for any commonly used cell type and application, i.e. cell models, cell therapy, gene modification.
Mammalian cell culture is an important part of cellular and molecular biology research and used globally by researchers in industry and academia. The cell culture workflow comprises several steps depending on the type of cell cultured and particular application, and may include: frequent observation of cell culture, media changes, addition of supplements, subcloning, and passaging. Although there have been improvements over the years, steps of the cell culture workflow may still be considered tedious and potentially influenced by user variability. There are technologies and instruments that may improve the workflow to reduce time and improve efficiency and consistency of results, and Thermo Fisher Scientific is seeking partners to provide new solutions to improve the existing mammalian cell culture workflow.
A successful technology may provide benefits such as:
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