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Why React4life?

By a scientist team, who think as biologists and act as biomedical engineers, to technology to enable the researchers transforming their testing concept in concrete programs, providing an in vitro human systemic platform that allows the use of clinically-relevant size tissue models and physiological fluidic environments.

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Reliable

Perform realistic, controlled and reproducible tests in a 3D human systemic environment.

Efficient

Save time and money, turning what you use into disposable MIVO device, which adds human and systemic benefits to your tests.

Customizable

Keep your cells and tissues, use your protocol assays, move on MIVO platform for novel testing needs.

Cruelty free

Contribute to a sustainable cruelty free future.

The biology in lab and in REAL life

Science shows that tests carried out in 2D-standard assays are too simplistic and don’t represent the complexity of real tissues. Moreover, such tests are typically executed under static conditions, although biological life is dynamic: this leads to errors and lack of outcome reliability.

From the excellence of the Italian research, a team of scientists with international collaborations has designed MIVO®, a biology driven technology that put together 3D tissues and the fluidics governing biological processes.

Testimonial

«I appreciate most from the collaboration with the React4life team is the desire to understand what our needs are and not to travel on parallel tracks but on tracks that intersects with the sharing of needs and the integration of mutual skills»

Dr. Roberta Castriconi
Researcher and professor at CEBR, Center of Excellence for the study of molecular mechanisms of communication between cells: from basic research to the clinicLead Editor per lo special issue “Immunotherapy in the treatment of human solid tumor: basic and translational aspect” (Journal of Immunology Research: https://www.hindawi.com/journals/jir/si/142926/cfp/)

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Livia, React4lifer to learn the techniques of an R&D laboratory

Polyglot, bioengineer, pianist and a few weeks ago React4lifer! We introduce Livia who is doing a stage in our R&D district in Vimodrone Livia, tell us about yourself I am an Italian girl, born and raised in Brussels and I am currently studying Biomedical Engineering at Imperial College London. Overall, I am a creative person, I enjoy drawing and playing the piano. In addition, I am involved in multiple student-led projects and activities. Last year, I was the Bioengineering Society’s Wellbeing Events Officer and the Israel Tech Society’s Fundraising Officer. Working in teams to achieve measurable and beneficial goals [...]

August 6th, 2020|
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 827655

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 801159