Liquid Handling & Bioprinting at MEDICA 2022

Liquid Handling & Bioprinting at MEDICA 2022: MEDICA will open its doors again from November 14th to 17th. For the first time since 2019, GeSiM will also present new products (GeSiM: Hall 1, E24). Micro Pipetting: Real-time spot detection is now available for our proven workhorse Nano-Plotter for all applications related to diagnostics and microarrays. [...]

November 4th, 2022|

Real-Time Monitoring of individual Spots on the Nano-Plotter

Real-Time Monitoring of individual Spots on the Nano-Plotter: Piezoelectric drop-on-demand GeSiM pipets deposit hundreds of identical spots onto arbitrary targets with a single aspiration. However, physical limits apply to the range of liquids, and the reliability of the process deteriorates when approaching these limits. Each Nano-Plotter comes with a stroboscopic test of function of each [...]

August 17th, 2022|

Nano-Plotter – Special Applications

Nano-Plotter - Special Applications: The pipetting instrument Nano-Plotter with its unique piezoelectric GeSiM pipets is primarily used for functionalization of biochips, printing of microarrays and Nanolitre pipetting for multiple parameter assays. Beside of the “core applications”, the flexibility of soft- and hardware makes the Nano-Plotter a versatile companion in fields like drug discovery, fine chemicals, [...]

July 20th, 2022|

Printed Electronics with GeSiM Bioprinters

Printed Electronics with GeSiM Bioprinters: GeSiM bioprinters offer qualitative advantages over the competition. Two important points: The variety of different extrusion tools allows to print a huge range of polymers, more than just biocompatible materials. The high XYZ accuracy – particularly with BS5.x instruments – allows to print at higher resolution then many other bioprinters [...]

April 8th, 2022|

Drug Release of Antibiotics through 2-phase 3D-printed Hydrogel Structures

Drug Release of Antibiotics through 2-phase 3D-printed Hydrogel Structures: Anti-inflammatory antibiotics are crucial for the treatment of open fractures and large, open wounds. Several ways to administer such medication are known, but the controlled local application at the wound area is often difficult. A team from University Hospital Dresden now published a new approach, using [...]

January 7th, 2022|