On 15 October, Lonza will host a free 60-minute webinar that will address current concerns regarding the use of serum in cell culture media, explore viable alternatives and provide guidance on how to adapt cells to a serum-free environment.
In cell biology, cells are commonly grown in medium supplemented with serum. Serum is a highly variable, undefined product, which impacts the reliability, reproducibility and consistency of scientific results. In order to eliminate these unwanted influences, more and more scientists are considering serum-free cell culturing.
“Lonza to Host New Webinar – "Cell Culture Media: Why Go Serum-Free?"“
In the webinar titled "Cell culture media: Why go serum-free?", Nicole Wellens, Lonza Cell Culture Specialist, will discuss the following topics:
• Scientific concerns about cell culturing with serum
• The case for serum-free cell culture
• How to switch from serum to serum-free culturing with little effort
More information about attending the webinar is available here.
Cell culture media: Why go serum-free?
Speaker: Nicole Wellens; Moderator: Heiko Büth
Tuesday, 15 October 2019
• 8 AM PDT (Los Angeles)
• 11 AM EDT (New York)
• 4 PM BST (London)
• 5 PM CEST (Berlin)
Further information can be found on the serum-free cell culture web page. By registering interest in the webinar, participants will also receive a link once it is available to view the webinar "on demand" via the Lonza website.
More information about Lonza’s upcoming and on-demand webinars is available here: www.lonza.com/webinars
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Patients and consumers benefit from our ability to transfer our pharma know-how to the healthcare, hygiene and fast-moving consumer goods environment and to the preservation and protection of the world where we live.
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