Webinars | InSphero


How we applied InSphero technology to create a human liver NASH model

Watch how we apply our scalable technology and organ-on-a-chip solutions to engineer powerful and flexible 3D in vitro platforms for drug efficacy and safety testing and the study of metabolic diseases, such as NASH and Diabetes, and cancers.


Akura™ Flow Organ-on-a-Chip Technology

The Akura™ Flow MPS discovery platform for organ-on-a-chip solutions provides experimental continuity between single- and multi-tissue testing applications, enabling the seamless integration and optimal utilization of standardized 3D models from a single provider. Complete systems include pre-qualified 3D InSight™ Microtissues, media, assays, and a tilting-based flow control.


3D InSight™ Islet Platform Technology

Learn how our uniform and functionally robust 3D InSight™ Human Islet models for diabetes drug discovery and pancreatic islet research can increase productivity in your lab.

Maine "207" Newsmagazine visits InSphero Inc. in Brunswick, Maine

In this edition of the online news magazine “207”, Maine Newscenter 5 journalist Amanda Hill interviewed InSphero Chief Scientific Officer Professor Armin Wolf and Chief Business Officer Dr. Frank Junker in our bioproduction facility, located in Brunswick, Maine.

InSphero Technology Featured in Improbable Success Television Series

What do 3D Microtissues, electric cars, and custom fitted pants have in common? When the documentary series Improbable Success focused on Switzerland, it featured interviews with biomedical technology pioneers at ETH Zurich and InSphero. Our CEO Jan Lichtenberg talks about what makes our 3D cell culture technology game-changing for drug discovery and safety testing. You'll also learn more about some other cool and innovative Swiss companies.


Multi-Tissue Experiments in a Scalable and Automation-Compatible Format

Dr. Olivier Frey, InSphero Head of Technologies and Platforms, discusses the physiological relevance and handling of 3D microtissue spheroids and how to perform multi-tissue experiments in a scalable and reproducible way.

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