Axion’s Tom O’Brien and Jim Ross were selected for a VoyageATL feature profile on Atlanta's most inspiring entrepreneurs.
Read the full interview on the VoyageATL website.
Interested in modeling arrhythmias using hPSC-derived cardiomyocytes?
Effective July 1, 2017, Axion products will be sold through Axion BioSystems International in Europe.
Attending ISSCR 2017 in Boston? Learn more about how you can track the differentiation of electroactive cells (e.g. cardiomyocytes, neurons) label-free in real-time with the Maestro multiwell activity map.
Axion BioSystems is pleased to announce that the award-winning Lumos™ optical stimulation system can now be used as a standalone device.
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Axion BioSystems is pleased to announce the launch of four new microelectrode array (MEA) plates and an update to the AxIS software package.
Heading to SOT2017 in Baltimore? The SOT schedule is packed with presentations featuring Axion MEA data. A printable list of exhibitor-hosted sessions and poster presentations is available here.
Interested in presenting Axion MEA data at an upcoming scientific conference? Axion is pleased to announce the introduction of a Travel Award program to help off-set costs associated with attending.