Organ-on-chips

An organ-on-a-chip is a multi-channel 3D microfluidic cell culture system that simulates the activities, mechanics and physiological response of a functional organ tissue.


Organ-on-chip technology is a revolutionary approach in biomedical research that mimics the structure and function of human organs on a microscale chip. This innovative platform recreates the physiological conditions of specific tissue organs, allowing researchers to study complex in vivo biological processes in a controlled in vitro environment.

By integrating living cells, microfluidics, and different biosensors, organ-on-chip models provide dynamic and realistic insights into organ-level responses, making them invaluable tools for drug testing, disease modeling, and personalized medicine.

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Why organ-on-chips?

Organ-on-chip technology has emerged as a promising alternative to in vitro and in vivo methods, as it offers more physiologically relevant conditions than traditional cell cultures and reduces the ethical concerns and lack of clinical translation often associated with animal testing.

By employing different chip designs, cell types, and conditions, organ-on-chips are a time-saving and cost-effective experimental platforms for testing new therapeutics and evaluating individualized responses to drugs and interventions in physiological and pathological conditions.

Organ-on-chips offer a physiologically relevant tool for screening novel therapeutic candidates, gaining mechanistic insights, and evaluating drug efficacy and toxicity, alone or in combination.

We are excited to announce the opening of our new, state-of-the-art labs!

Our team is developing tumor, skin, and liver-on-chip platforms, with a big focus on vascularisation

…We will update a catalogue with our organ-on-chip products and applications shortly…

Are you interested in learning more about our chips? We will be happy to schedule a meeting, send you a quotation, or discuss how your research can benefit from our chip models and applications.