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MiCAN Technologies's Logo

MiCAN Technologies

Kyoto, Japan
1-10 Employees

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Scailyte

Basel, Switzerland
11-50 Employees

Scailyte - True precision medicine through single-cell science

... Our mission is to advance precision medicine with single-cell technologies, artificial intelligence, and multiomics ...

Scailyte - True precision medicine through single-cell science
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Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

Palo Alto, United States
51-100 Employees

Comp Biology: Struct & Org of Biomolecules & Cells – Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

... Comp Biology: Struct & Org of Biomolecules & Cells – Stanford Artificial Intelligence ...

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The Hydrogen Standard

London, United Kingdom
1-10 Employees

Improving the Imaging Resolution of Hydrogen Fuel Cells using Artificial Intelligence – Hydrogen Standard

... Improving the Imaging Resolution of Hydrogen Fuel Cells using Artificial Intelligence – Hydrogen ...

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Encapsula NanoSciences LLC

Brentwood, United States
1-10 Employees

Cellsome® – Phosphatidylglycerol (PG)-based - Encapsula NanoSciences- Manufacturer of liposome based kits and formulations for research laboratories

... Plain liposomes are extensively used as artificial cell models and for studying the interaction of various types of molecules such as peptides and proteins with the surface of the lipid membranes. Plain liposomes are also used as control formulations for many different types of drug ...

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Up Learn

London, United Kingdom
1-10 Employees

Emma Woodcock | Up Learn

... After her studies she worked alongside a pharmaceutical company, researching how to create artificial cells. She also worked with the European Space Agency, researching how cells respond to gravity, contributing towards efforts to cure diseases like Alzheimer’s and diabetes. ...

Emma Woodcock | Up Learn
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Imperial College London

London, United Kingdom
5001-10000 Employees

About us | Research groups | Imperial College London

... brings together the artificial-cell science community at Imperial College London and beyond. Our objective is to explore the creative desig ...

About us | Research groups | Imperial College London
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Laboratory K bv

Amsterdam, Netherlands
1-10 Employees

GENTLE BLACK SUGAR FACIAL POLISH | KLAIRS – Laboratory K

... Friendly KLAIRS Black sugar-based facial scrub 1 or 2 times a week All skin types Remove blackheads & Dead cells Artificial ingredients free Black sugar, shea butter & cranberry oil results smooth and glowing skin   Goodbye to blackheads & dead cells. Feel your smooth & ...

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NKT Photonics

Birkerød, Denmark
251-500 Employees

About Us - NKT Photonics

... Today, the transformation continues with amazing innovations such as autonomous electric cars, smartphones, quantum computing, artificial intelligence, stem cell and cancer research, renewable energy and even space ...

About Us - NKT Photonics
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KEYENCE CORPORATION

Japan
5001-10000 Employees

Promoting Efficiency in Research With Compact, User-friendly Microscopes

... Succeeded in artificial cultivation of nerve cells and binding them with the ...


Automated Fluorescence Microscope Transforms Process for Induced Cancer Stem Cell Research

... Understanding the mechanism of cancer development and metastasis using artificial cancer stem cells and aiming to establish a useful foundation for drug ...

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„Artificial Cell“

An artificial cell is a synthetic construct that mimics the behavior of a living cell. It is created using inorganic or organic materials, including proteins, lipids, polymers, and other molecules. Artificial cells are designed to carry out specific functions, such as producing drugs, generating energy, or storing information. These cells may also be designed to mimic the behavior of natural cells, such as sensing, responding to stimuli, and dividing.