For over 30 years, the Cell Culture Company has been delivering biologics production solutions for preclinical to commercial stages, in mg to kg quantities. The organization serves the diagnostic, therapeutic and animal health industries. It is also home to the National Cell Culture Center, an NIH-founded initiative that provides subsidized services to academic research institutions.
Cell Culture Company is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Its 33,000 square foot facility hosts corporate offices, hollow fiber bioreactor manufacturing and distribution operations, and GMP mammalian whole cell and protein production labs.
Broadly, the term "3D printing" refers to processes where a computer model of an object is recreated using materials are deposited and fused (such as polymer liquid or powder granules solidified together), layer by layer, to create a three-dimensional object. ... Continued
In this mini-webinar, Scott Waniger, VP Bioprocessing, Cell Culture Company, presents a cost effective, early stage clinical trial production process. This process utilizes a continuous upstream manufacturing approach, which reduces production time, lowers cost and simplifies scale-up. To begin the webinar, ... Continued