Together with her, five other finalists to compete for the title of innovative italian entrepreneur of the year. From the oldest "pasta" factory in the world to the leading company in the particle decontamination sector, from advanced solutions for precision irrigation to the biotech startup that has patented the technology to recreate "a living organ in the laboratory", passing through the first socially responsible company from fruit and vegetables to metal-free and biodegradable tannery: all this is done by the 6 finalists of the 13th edition of the GammaDonna Award, which since 2004 has been promoting women's entrepreneurial initiatives. [...]
After an important experience in the tea industry, two months ago she joined React4life because, as she said, "You feel part of something that matters!". We present the new react4lifer, Natalia: you will often hear about her. Natalia, you just joined the team; tell us something about you. What's your experience, and why did you choose to become a React4lifer? After my graduation in Economics, I had the opportunity to specialize in Marketing while working for an American cruise company, a leader in the travel industry. I had the chance to get on board the biggest and the most [...]
The three days of the first workshop organized by React4life, in which three young scientists from two different Italian Universities took part, are ending today. Through this workshop Giulia, Giorgio and Tiago had the opportunity to learn topics such as 3D culture and microfluidics; moreover, they were able to learn how to use the MIVO platform during the session in the lab, both in the Single flow and Double Flow versions. "The introduction of the workshops among the services of React4life was born to give the opportunity to PhD students [...]
Do you know the stereotype of the researcher? Here, Monica is the exact opposite: sparkling, sunny and full of interests: during the day she takes care of her cells in our laboratory in Vimodrone, in her free time she goes wild dancing Zumba and relaxes by gardening. She has just been the protagonist of our latest webinar "Fluid-dynamic multi-in vitro organ (MIVO®) applications for cancer cell plasticity" then repeated at the invitation to the Chemistry Department of the Sapienza University of Rome. Meet Monica, senior scientist and Reac4lifer! Monica, tell us about yourself, who are you and what do [...]
Cancer cell plasticity represents the basis for cancer progression. Let’s think about the ability of cancer cells to grow within different niches: these cells are so adaptable that are able to grow in their original tissue, as well as in metastatic sites, even if histologically very different. Similarly, they can adapt to adverse stimuli, such as the attack launched by the immune system, or the anticancer therapies. Cancer stem cells represent the most relevant example of cancer cell plasticity. Their phenotype can be shaped depending on the surrounding microenvironment and, from an experimental point of view, depending on the [...]
Our CEO, Maurizio Aiello will partecipate as speaker at the 2021 edition of the JRC Virtual Summer School on Non-animal Approaches in Science organised by the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) and its EU Reference Laboratory for alternatives to animal testing (EURL ECVAM), while our Biomedical engineer Ilaria Pulsoni will partecipate as attendee. To further informations we invite you to visit the official page of European Commission here: https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/event/conference/jrc-summer-school-non-animal-approaches-science-3
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