Organoids is a bet on which a lot of people invested – Organoidi, una scommessa bagnata da un diluvio di investimenti

Published in pagina99, an Italian online and offline. Written by Roberta Villa on June 02, 2016 The Italian online and printed magazine, Pagina99, has dedicated in June 2016, an article on organoids and more specifically on scientific institutes who are working hard to improve biomedical research. The article mentions the LSFLM4LIFE project and explains it shortly. The author of the article quotes Lorenza Lazzari, head of …

Interview with PhD students of the Stelzer Group – Interview mit Doktoranden der Stelzer-Gruppe

by Dr. Anne Hardy-Vennen,Communication Officer, in Goethe University website, February 21st 2016 In February we have published on our website an interview of Lotta Hof and Till Moreth, two PhD students from Goethe University in Frankfurt. They are both specialized in Cell Biology and Physiology, and are currently working with the group of Prof. Ernst Stelzer on the LSFM4LIFE project, …

A future without insulin

A future without insulin

by Francesco Pampaloni in Horizon 2020 Projects: Portal, Issue 11 July 2016 In July 2016, an interview of Dr Francesco Pampaloni, LSFM4LIFE scientific manager from the Goethe University Frankfurt, has been published in the 11th issue of Horizon 2020 Projects:  Portal. Dr. Pampaloni is in charge of the development of the High-Throughput Light Sheet Microscope (HT-LSFM) and the high-content screening of the …

EU Project Aims to Cure Type 1 Diabetes

Press Release from Dr. Anne Hardy, Public Relations und Kommunikation, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main Published by Technology Networks Group – a global community of researchers and scientific professionals from the life science, drug discovery and analytical arenas, on April 05, 2016 More and more children are affected by type 1 diabetes in Europe and in the USA.  A group of European …

European researchers developing organoids to spare Type 1 diabetics from lifelong insulin therapy

European researchers developing organoids to spare Type 1 diabetics from lifelong insulin therapy

by Vittorio Hernandez in International Business Times on April 04 2016 The Australian edition of the International Business Times has dedicated an article to LSFM4LIFE project on April 4, 2016, giving accurate details about the process to develop pancreatic organoids and introducing the project’s ultimate ambition to transplant three-dimensional cellular structures of insulin-producing cells into diabetes patients’ pancreas.   Related link …

Microscopy plays role in EU project working towards type 1 diabetes breakthrough

Microscopy plays role in EU project working towards type1 diabetes breakthrough

by Lee Dubai in BioOptics World on January 04 2016 An article from the BioOptics World about the LSFM4LIFE project has been released on January 4, 2016. It highlights the background of this European research project and points out the role of the LSFM, light-sheet fluorescence microscopy, in controlling the growth and differentiation of the 3D cellular structures of insulin-producing …