September Newsletter

Our new product launch – PeptiSols

We recently launched our new product, PeptiSols®; our specially formulated ready-to-use solutions to dilute your PeptiGels® and PeptiInks®.

PeptiSols have been formulated to help you achieve your desired mechanical strengths for your cells’ needs and applications. The use of PeptiSols ensures the properties and stability of the hydrogels are maintained, giving rise to reproducible results whilst saving you time and resources.

Our standard PeptiSols are supplied in volumes of 5, 10 and 20 mL, and come with a complimentary protocol to make it as easy as possible for you to achieve your desired result. For more information, contact us here.

Manchester BIOGEL to host 3DBioNet’s Virtual Workshop

We are pleased to announce that Prof. Aline Miller, CEO Manchester BIOGEL will be hosting 3DBioNet’s virtual workshop on the 14th and 15th of September 2020. 3DBioNet is one of the technology touching lives (TTL)’s initiatives that aims to bring together scientists from academia, industries and various funding bodies to discuss latest discoveries and other innovative ways to advance the field of 3D cell culture models.

Due to the current situation surrounding COVID-19, the event will be a virtual workshop. The virtual event will involve three keynote lectures given by Prof. Felicity Rose (University of Nottingham), Dr Chiara Braconi (University of Glasgow) and Dr. Marco Domingos (University of Manchester). There will also be themed talks, early career researcher (ECR) session, poster session and technology talks. In addition, there will be a launch of 3DBioNet’s final funding call.

To register and to learn more, please visit https://3dbionet.org/virtual-workshop/.

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A working experience of our Business Development Intern

Megha is our Business Development intern at Manchester BIOGEL (MBG). She is an incoming final year student of International Business, Finance and Economics at the University of Manchester and had the opportunity of joining the company this summer. With the restrictions associated with COVID-19, Megha has been working remotely and has had an impressive contribution to the company, particularly in business development area. We asked her what her MBG working experience is and how this will impact her in the future. This is what she said…

“My role at MBG is to aid in business development by generating new business prospects and fine-tuning the digital marketing strategy. Despite having a full-time remote job, I feel well connected to the team. I have been given a great autonomy within my responsibilities in conjunction with a flexible schedule which allows me to maximise my potential. Working closely with the Business Development Manager has improved my knowledge of the sales process as well as using a CRM system efficiently. In addition, I am part of the marketing team that strategically drives the awareness of the company with the use of different digital marketing tools. My time here has been very valuable as I have seen the real-life applications of several things learnt so far at the University. This experience has contributed immensely to my overall skill set and expanded my future opportunities. I am very grateful for the opportunity given to me by MBG.”

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