The conference has a small exhibition area, at entrance of the poster area, for companies or for presentation of research centers.


DispenCell is a fast, gentle, and user-friendly solution for single-cell dispensing. Its unique technology ensures better cell viability and cloning efficiency, allowing for multiple applications like Cell Line Development, CRISPR, Rare Cell Isolation, Monoclonal Antibodies, or Single Cell Genomics; Compact and effortless it is designed to be easily operated under a sterile culture hood and can integrate in any pre-existing workflow. DispenCell comes with a single cell analysis software tool, providing you with an immediate and traceable proof of clonality report.
http://seedbiosciences.com

UniPix is a Swiss based company that focuses on developing new and innovative instruments for chemistry, biology and medical laboratories. UniPix addresses unmet needs of flexibility, reduced cost and connected devices.
http://unipix-lab.com



The conference is kindly supported by Innosuisse, the Swiss Innovation Agency. Innosuisse funds science-based innovation in the interests of industry and society with the aim of increasing the competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Switzerland.

Your entry point to a wealth of contacts, know-how and knowledge, for both personal and institutional support: BioAlps, the life science cluster of Western Switzerland. BioAlps offers you a dynamic network, an innovative and supportive environment, and immediate access to the world of life sciences. It comprises an active and fertile fabric of research institutions, academic institutions, start-up companies and large multinationals concentrated in a small, attractive geographic area with a great infrastructure.
bioalps.org

sensus

SensUs is an international student competition on molecular biosensors for healthcare applications. SensUs is being organized by students at Eindhoven University of Technology in collaboration with professors of international universities. The participating teams consist of students from multiple scientific disciplines. Biosensing technologies are inherently multidisciplinary. To be successful, the teams need to creatively combine molecular technologies and device technologies. The maximum team size is 15 students and the students should be enrolled in a BSc or MSc program.
http://sensus.org