Goodbye Flat Biology brings together researchers who are interested in the techniques and applications of 3D culture at the cancer biology, engineering and drug development interface.
Theresa Mulholland, of ScreenIn3D, attended the event to present a poster – Microfluidic technology for oncology precision medicine.
8 proffered papers of 15 minutes were selected from submitted abstracts for oral presentation. A further 8 high-scoring abstracts were then selected for Poster Spotlights, short ‘flash talks’ of 2 minutes each. A poster prize was then awarded for the best posters as selected by the judges.
This prize is yet another success for ScreenIn3D and it’s team in University of Strathclyde.