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February 2-6, 2019 | Washington, DC | Corning Exhibit 413

Corning will showcase its latest drug discovery and lab automation solutions, with a focus on 3D cell culture, in Booth 413 at the Society for Laboratory Automation & Screening (SLAS) 2019 Conference, February 2-6 in Washington, DC.

Featured solutions will include:

  • 3D Cell Culture, including: spheroids, organoids, tissue models, and advanced 3D technologies
  • Drug screening, including ADME/toxicology
  • Cancer research
  • Sample cooling and freezing
  • Lab automation and high throughput screening
  • Biologics scale-up
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Corning Life Sciences at SLAS

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Gain access to exclusive select articles and research from SLAS Discovery 2017.

The Journal showcases 3D cell culture as a rapidly emerging approach to cellular science and drug discovery, with articles covering:

  • 3D cell culture applications in cancer research
  • Use of multicellular spheroids as 3D cell models
  • Use of imaging technologies
  • 3D culture with organoids
  • Novel applications for hydrogel-based surfaces

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