Universities PerfuseCell collaborate, project partner with:
The Department of Systems Biology under Danish Technical University educates candidates and researchers in disciplines such as molecular biotechnology, genetics, biochemistry, microbiology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, bioinformatics, and chemical techniques.
Cell Technology Group, (School of Biotechnology, Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, Sweden) permanent staff has a long experience in cell-based culture bioprocesses and hESC culture. Today, the group has activities related to biopharmaceutical processes, i.e. very high cell density perfusion, metabolic flux analysis modelling for medium design; and activities related to hESCs, i.e. investigation of optimal 3D bioreactor conditions for the expansion of neurospheres and hESCs.
Edinburgh Research and Innovation Ltd, The University of Edinburgh,
The Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult (CGT) was established in 2012 as an independent centre of excellence to advance the growth of the UK cell and gene therapy industry, by bridging the gap between scientific research and full-scale commercialisation. With more than 100 employees focusing on cell and gene therapy technologies, CGT works with partners in academia and industry to ensure these life-changing therapies can be developed for use in health services throughout the world. CGT offers leading-edge capability, technology and innovation to enable companies to take products into clinical trials and provide clinical, process development, manufacturing, regulatory, health economics and market access expertise.