AlveoliX receives Eurostars grant

EUROSTARS is a joint initiative co-funded from the national budgets of 36 Eurostars and by the European Union through Horizon 2020. In the 2014-2020 period, the program has a total public budget of €1.14 billion.

Giulia Raggi wins Prize for best MSc Project

Congratulations to Giulia Raggi for the prize for the best MSc project from the Life Sciences & Technology Master at EPFL. Giulia reproduced an acute lung injury based on the lung-on-chip technology developed at the ARTORG Organs-on-Chip Technologies laboratory.

AlveoliX Lung-on-a Chip published in Nature Scientific Reports

The AlveoliX Lung-on-a Chip developed with the ARTORG Center of the University of Bern has just been published in Nature Scientific Reports.

Nuria Roldan wins Best Poster Award at Eurotox

Nuria Roldan from the Organs-on-Chip group was awarded the best poster prize at the Eurotox 2018 conference.

Stucki presents lung-on-chip at TEDx in Bern

Great honor for Janick Stucki, CTO at AlveoliX! He was invited to present the AlveoliX lung-on-chip at the TEDxBern on 31st August 2018. TEDxBern is introduced amazing and surprising Bernese ideas in 2018 again. The speakers know: ‘ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE’. They are developing new ideas, exploring combinations of tried and tested ideas, crossing borders and...

AlveoliX receives US patent

We are very happy to share that AlveoliX Lung-on-Chip patent has been accepted by the US Patent Office. AlveoliX lung-on-chip uniquely mimics the lung alveolar barrier including the rhythmic mechanical strain induced by the three-dimensional breathing movements.

Organs-on-Chip presented to the Swiss Confederation President

Great honor today for the ARTORG Center! The President of the Swiss Confederation, Mr. Johann Schneider-Ammann visited the ARTORG laboratories, where a novel generation of in-vitro models, called “organs-on-chip” was presented. Those models enable to accurately mimic fundamental parameters of the cellular environment found in the body and that currently cannot be reproduced in-vitro in...