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We teamed up with an artist named Travis Bone to create posters to mark our missions to the ISS
We've developed an easy-to-use system that recreates complex human biology.
Organ-Chips at DARPA’s 60th Anniversary Symposium
We will be presenting new research with our collaborators at EuroTox in Brussels
Along with a collaborator from Johns Hopkins, our scientists will present new research at the DDW conference
We formed a strategic partnership with one of pharma's leaders
We recreated thrombosis in our Organ-Chips
A major meeting of leaders in the field of Organ-Chips.
New research shows how Organ-Chips improve maturation of induced pluripotent stem cells
Organ-Chips at Pittcon
How We Got Our Start
Off to Austin for AAAS
National Geographic features our technology
Join our Team, become an Emulator
We're a team of designers, biologists, and engineers working to improve human health
Artist Lucas Beaufort has created an amazing mural for our HQ.
Our home is located in Boston's new center for innovation and design.
The World Economic Forum called our Organ-Chips one of the top technologies of 2016
Our Artist-in-Residence program invites artists and designers to create with inspiration from our Organ-Chips
Sending our Human Emulation System to the International Space Station may help scientists get a better understanding of how low Earth orbit affects human biology
Our President & Chief Scientific Officer - Geraldine A. Hamilton, PhD - presenting our main stage talk at Wired Health 2016.
Published by the UK's national organization who lead discovery & application of new technologies & approaches to replace, reduce & refine the use of animals for scientific purposes.
The Mic.com team visited Emulate and the Wyss Institute at Harvard University to talk about our Organs-on-Chips technology.
Organ-Chips Take Home Design of the Year Award
We will be in Palm Springs, California from Wednesday, Nov 18 through Friday, Nov 20 to collaborate with 19 of the most innovative startups from the health and medicine industries.
The Future: You-on-a-Chip
Our Organ-Chips are part of MoMA's permanent collection.
PETA has recognized Emulate for how our system is "revolutionizing science and replacing experiments on animals".
At Emulate, we are introducing a new way to design and test products intended for use by humans. In the process, we can help reduce animal testing.
The BBC Horizons team visited the Wyss Institute at Harvard University, to discover the team's research into personalized medicine.
This talk, filmed in June 2013 prior to the creation of Emulate, was a great starting point to unveil the Organs-On-Chips concept to the world.
Watch this short video from 2013, which introduces the Lung-on-Chip concept and technology.