EBERS awarded with a research project

EBERS has been recently awarded with the research project entitled "Desarrollo de un sistema predictivo de la viabilidad de órganos destinados a trasplante preservados en normotermia mediante sistemas de monitorización metabólica y técnicas de data mining" (TSI-100700-2015-13) from the call "Acción Estratégica de Economía y Sociedad Digital - Impulso Tecnológico, dentro del Plan de Investigación Científica y Técnica y de Innovación 2013-2016".

Funding is provided by the "Secretaría de Estado de Telecomunicaciones y para la Sociedad de la Información del Ministerio de Industria, Energía y Turismo" and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

This three-year project aims to identify those physiological parameters that determine the suitability of an organ to be implanted in a recipient by means of the application of data mining techniques to normothermic preservation systems. The new system will help the clinicians in the implantation decision process and will improve the use of sub-optimal organs in transplantation.


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NEW TC-3F bioreactor with force measurement capabilities

We are glad to introduce the TC-3F bioreactor for cell culture under mechanical stimulation conditions.

Moreover than all the features of the TC-3 version, the TC-3F incoportes force measurement capabilities. This will extend the capabilities of the sytem by allowing material characterization and testing as well as to evaluate the change in the force exerted by the substrate as a consequence of the culture process.

Check here or directly contact us for further information!

ESB2015 in Kraków

Next week we will be exhibiting our products at the ESB2015 meeting which is taking place in Kraków!!!

We will be happy to meeting at booth#5.




New! Electrical Stimulation Module

We are happy to announce our NEW!!! Electrical Stimulation Module.

This module provides eletrical stimulation capabilities to your experimental set-ups and is compatible with both the EBERS TEB flow bioreactors and the TC-3 mechanical load bioreactor.

Moreover, a specific TC-3 control software will let you to apply coordinated load and electrical stimulation stimuli to your samples.

Find out more information here or contact us for further details.