AnaBios

AnaBios aims to establish the safety and efficacy of novel compounds through its advanced, human-focused translational technologies, including superior quality human tissue samples and functional assays focused, as well as human primary cells through its subsidiary Cell Systems.

Ncardia

For more than a decade, Ncardia has been pioneering innovations in human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC).

NETRI

NETRI is an industrial start-up developing innovative technologies for the pharmaceutical industry. Its patented organs-on-chip technologies allow the creation of standardized and predictive human in vitro models.

Ananda Devices

Ananda Devices is a biotech company offering high throughput organ on-a-chip technologies such as neurons on-a-chip to accelerate R&D in pharmaceutical, food and cosmetic (PFC) industries

StemPharm

Stem Pharm offers functional 2-D and 3-D human tissue models for disease modeling, drug discovery, and toxicity screening. We specialize in neural organoid and vascular models. Our team of scientists can also help users identify and develop unique synthetic hydrogels for their own MPS needs.

SynVivo, Inc.

Organ-on-Chip models from SynVivo recreate complex microvasculature including scale, morphology, hemodynamic shear stress, and cellular interactions in a perfused microfluidic chip environment. Validated models include Air Liquid Interface for Lung, Blood-Brain Barrier, Tumor, DIVI, Inflammation.

Hesperos Inc.

Hesperos is accelerating drug discovery by providing safety and efficacy testing services using its Human-on-a-Chip, microphysiological system. This breakthrough technology enables unprecedented preclinical insight bringing better therapies to patients faster without the need for animal testing.

MIMETAS

Mimetas develops high-throughput healthy and diseased organ-on-a-chip models in the OrganoPlateĀ®, a screening-compatible microfluidics platform that supports the recreation of native tissue structures, and their interaction with compounds, signaling factors, disease triggers, and co-cultured cell types.