High throughput strategies for the design, discovery, and analysis of biomaterials

Watch this on-demand free webinar by Logging In or Signing Up below.

Natural biomaterials have evolved from multifactorial and combinatorial processes, where hierarchical organization often enables complex function beyond the sum of individual parts. To match this complexity, high-throughput/high-content approaches are necessary to expand the parameter space, towards defining structure-activity relationships between materials and biological systems.

In this webinar the current state of combinatorial and high-throughput methods for biomaterials design, discover and analysis will be described. There will be a focus on four core areas that are making a sizable impact in the biomaterials field: biomolecule microarrays, polymeric biomaterials for discover and screening, hydrogel platforms for screening multivariate cues, and biomaterials driven assays for high-content analysis.

The combination of novel screening approaches, advanced imaging, and new analysis methods are positioned to accelerate the pace of discovery for next generation materials for biotechnology and medicine.

  • Learn about how high-throughput methods could accelerate biomaterials discovery.
  • See how computational tools are enahncing high-content analysis.
  • Find out about how high-throughput strategies are changing the way we study cell and tissue level processes.

Speakers:

Kristopher A. Kilian, Assistant Professor of Materials Science and Engineering/University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Joe D'angelo(Moderator), Materials Science Publisher, Elsevier.

Already a Materials Today member?

Log in to your Materials Today account to access this webinar.