Bioréacteurs de paillasse
Logiciels pour les bioprocédés
A bioreactor provides an ideal environment where cells can focus on what they are supposed to do: proliferate. Like lab workers, cells can only produce consistently good work if the conditions are right: it should not be too hot or too cold, and they have to have enough nutritous food and fresh air. In terms of a bioreactor, this means maintaining pH, temperature, ensuring sufficient gas supply and, depending on how the instrument has been configured, adding nutrients for successful maintenance of growth.
Stefan Sperling is an industrial designer at the Meyer-Hayoz Design Engineering Group in Switzerland. He is part of the specialist team who was responsible for designing the award-winning INFORS HT Minifors 2 as well as the Multitron and Minitron. In this interview, Mr. Sperling shares his view on what constitutes good product design.
Even a bioreactor intended for simple tasks can provide a high level of capability. We show you the six must have features and how they can increase the ability to characterize cultures more thoroughly.
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