Corning VP in Taiwan for meetings with ITRI on 3D cell technology

VP of New York-headquartered Corning Life Sciences, Richard Eglen, was in Taiwan recently to visit the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) and discuss possible partnerships around 3D cell culture technologies, of which the renowned glass and ceramics manufacturer has particular expertise in.

3D cell culture is a new way of growing cells, which have been typically grown on two dimensional surfaces such as in petri dishes and the like, which don’t mirror how cells grow in real world settings; that is, in three dimensions. 3D cell cultures are instead designed to allow cells to grow out in three dimensions, into clumps, balls and so on.

Read the full interview in DigiTimes here.


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