Miltenyi Biotec at the ISSCR 2021 Annual Meeting

Miltenyi Biotec at the ISSCR 2021 Annual Meeting

June 21–26, 2021

Meet us at the ISSCR 2021 Annual Meeting and learn more about our solutions for stem cell research  

The ISSCR 2021 Annual Meeting brings together the world's leading scientists, clinicians, and business leaders from more than 60 countries to facilitate scientific exchange in the field of stem cell research and regenerative medicine. Taking place as virtual meeting, the ISSCR developed this year’s meeting on a dynamic platform that allows the international community to join from all around the globe at flexible times.

Also this year, we are pleased to contribute to the meeting and have the opportunity to present our solutions to empower your stem cell research. Check out this web page and browse cutting-edge approaches with regards to your specific application field. Learn more about our wide range of solutions for your work with, e.g., pluripotent stem cells or discover the CliniMACS Prodigy® for automated cell manufacturing.

PSC research 

Picture contest

Show your potential

Every day, we admire the potential of our pluripotent stem cells (PSCs), now it’s time to admire yours: Show us your potential! Submit a picture of your PSCs – cultivated or differentiated – or yourself using at least one of our reagents (e.g. StemMACS™ Media, MACS® Cytokines, REAfinity™ Recombinant Antibodies) and receive the Happy Cell plush toy “Stemmy”. Moreover, you will have the chance to win one Apple AirPods Pro. 

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Neuroscience

Cardiovascular research

Video

Development of novel tools and technologies for cardiovascular research

In this webinar presented by Dominik Eckardt (R&D Manager, Miltenyi Biotec), you will learn about our newly developed tools and technologies to support reproducible and standardized generation and characterization of pluripotent stem cell derived cardiomyocytes.

HSC research

Clinical cell manufacturing

Contact us

Do you want to get in contact with us? Send your inquiry to:

Viola Stella Palladino, Ph.D.