From Startup Emulate Bio
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Minifab joins Emulate’s collaborative community that is working to further develop and validate the Human Emulation System
Emulate, Inc. and Minifab have formed a strategic manufacturing partnership to accelerate the scaling and commercialization of Emulate’s Organs-on-Chips technology and their Human Emulation System, which is providing researchers with a new standard for predicting how humans may respond to medicines, chemicals, and foods.
With this announcement, Minifab joins Emulate’s growing collaborative community, which is working together to develop and validate the Human Emulation System for use in a wide range of industries that relate to human health, including disease research, drug discovery and development, regulatory sciences, and, ultimately, precision medicine applications for patients. The collaborative agreement allows for Minifab’s team of experts to work closely alongside Emulate biologists, designers, and engineers, and apply their expertise in manufacturing transfer and high-volume manufacturing automation for scaling and commercializing Emulate products.
Image: Emulate’s Chip-S1 technology
“Through this collaboration, we are working with Minifab to design and execute innovative approaches to scale the manufacturing of our products, and the expertise the Minifab team has brought to this project has allowed us to progress in the democratization of our products and platform,” said James Coon, CEO of Emulate. “This partnership will allow us to meet the demands of our users, as the Human Emulation System becomes a new standard for predicting human response to medicines, chemicals, and foods.”
Coon continued: “Strategic collaboration with our community is a core principle of ours, and working with our collaborators will continue to play an important role as we develop, validate, and improve the Human Emulation System.”
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