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How to Use Metabolic Shifts to Auto-Trigger Feeds in a Fermentation

Fermentations are often split into phases such as growth and production, which are distinct in...

The Importance of Optimized Feed Strategies in Fermentation Processes

There is an increasing variety of bioprocesses that are used to produce an ever-widening array of...

Optimization of a Fermentation Process: It’s Just Good Bookkeeping

Professor Sef Heijnen doesn’t like being called “professor,” but when speaking with someone as...

Why Joyn Bio Won’t Build a High-Throughput Fermentation Lab

Joyn Bio is engineering microbes for sustainable agriculture. Joyn’s Head of Bioprocessing Kelly...

The Biggest Challenges of Fermentation - and How to Overcome Them

Kris Tyner, PhD, Culture’s Senior Director of Bioprocessing and subject matter expert in microbial...

How to Take the Grunt Work Out of Cell Culture Development

Michael McSunas, Senior Bioprocess Engineer leading Culture’s effort in CHO cell culture, talks...

How to Bridge the Gap Between New Discoveries and Useful Bioproducts

Deborah Pascoe, PhD, Culture’s VP of Operations, shared technical and non-technical learnings from...

No More “What Ifs” - How Nektar Takes the Guesswork Out of Scaling Bioprocesses

Culture's client Nektar Therapeutics is exploring new PEG-based modifications to therapeutic...

Now is the Time to Start Using a Cloud Lab

Is COVID-19 affecting your lab operations? Run bioprocess experiments from your laptop at home with...

Scaling Up from Culture’s 250mL Reactors to 5,000L and 50,000L Tanks

Modern Meadow, one of Culture Biosciences’ first customers, is biomanufacturing the next generation...

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