See us at MPS World Summit 2023

Micronit is the proud partner of Microphysiological Systems World Summit in Berlin. With the leading companies in the field for bioengineering.

EuroOcs: MPS World Summit 2023

June 26 – June 30, 2023, Berlin, Germany

Empowering breakthroughs in bioengineering

MPS World Summits, an international collaboration of 40+ organizations and companies, aim to accelerate breakthroughs in bioengineering through annual conferences. These summits showcase cutting-edge research in microphysiological systems (MPS), which replicate organ architecture and function in vitro. Stem-cell technologies have paved the way for a diverse range of human models and test systems, providing valuable tools for scientists worldwide. By fostering communication and knowledge sharing among experts and emerging researchers, MPS World Summits drive the maturation and harmonization of this dynamic field. Join us to explore the latest achievements, discuss challenges, and shape the future of MPS.

Join our session about the future of lab technology at EuroOoCS 2023

We're excited to share the progress made over the last three years with the team of Moor4Medical in our upcoming presentation: "Smart Multi-Well Plate: An Industrializable Open Technology Platform for Tubeless, Autonomous OoC Applications". Join us during EuroOocs and take part of our session on Thursday, 29th June 2023, from 11:30 to 13:30 CEST.

About the presentation

Ever imagined a world where your lab tools are more than what they seem, much like the gadgets in your favorite spy movies? Welcome to the reality we're crafting at Micronit! With organ-on-chip (OoC) devices, we're opening new doors to understand the intricate mechanisms that govern our body functions. We firmly believe in the potential of this technology and are committed to making it more accessible, standardized, and robust.

We cannot wait to showcase the remarkable results we continue to collect using these cutting-edge devices.

At the MPS world summit 2023, we'll unveil the results of the Moore4Medical project. Here, we've combined academic and industrial technologies to create Smart Multi-Well Plates (SMWP). These devices maintain the standard interface of a 96 well plate, but they're packed with technology tools to serve biology needs. Imagine perfusing cells without external pumps or tubing, and monitoring their growth without the need to remove them from the incubator.

Join us at the conference to learn more. We are looking forward to engaging in discussions on how to leverage this platform for you.