Cells in 3D



Member profile details

Team Name
Cells in 3D
Project Thumbnail Image
Project Title
Design Challenge
Using magnetized cells, researchers at Nano 3D Biosciences, Inc. have developed a method to culture cells into spheroid structures that are more physiologically relevant with regards to gene expression, cell signaling, and morphology. However, with the development of 3-D cell cultures, many more issues of sample handling have yet to be resolved.Thus, our overall objective is to create a magnetic pen that can levitate and transfer a 3-D cell culture between petri dishes, wells or plates.
Faculty Advisor 1 - Name
Dr. Rob Raphael
Faculty Advisor 2 - Name
Dr. Maria Oden
Award(s) and Recognition
Accepted to the Southern Biomedical Engineering Conference, to be held May 4-6.
Contact us

Oshman Engineering Design Kitchen - Rice University

6100 Main Street MS 390 | Houston, Texas | 77005

Phone: 713.348.OEDK

Email: oedk@ rice.edu

  Industry Partners