TAP - 20 Years of Automated Cell Culture Podcast Series
By The Automation Partnership (TAP)
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In 1989 The Automation Partnership (TAP) installed its first automated cell culture system. Following in-house design and development, the company installed four Cellmates to a clients' facility to automate vaccine manufacture in roller bottles. Twenty years later, TAP's automated cell culture range has expanded and includes systems with applications in discovery research, regenerative medicine and bioprocessing. These range from fully integrated systems to smaller bench top products. To commemorate TAP's '20 years of automated cell culture', this podcast series includes interviews and special features of interest to researchers, lab managers and journalists both in commercial and academic organisations who have a focus on cell biology, regenerative medicine and the development of cell therapies.
||TAP 20 Years of automated cell culture - cell culture future, Professor David Williams interview||Professor David Williams has been a leading figure in healthcare engineering since 1999. In this interview David explains how regenerative medicine will develop over the next twenty years and the challenges the industry will face to become fully commerci||7 7 2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||TAP 20 Years of automated cell culture - cell culture past, Prof. Chris Mason interview||In this audio interview Professor Chris Mason, internationally recognized as being at the forefront of the emerging field of regenerative medicine, shares his insights into the challenges faced by this sector over the past 20 years. Chris Mason begins by||8 4 2009||Free||View In iTunes|