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Cellevate is an innovative biotech company that develops the next generation of cell culture systems to provide life science researchers with more realistic in-vitro models. They create highly porous and consistent networks of nanofibers through a patented manufacturing process. Cells in these networks are allowed to proliferate and interact with other cells in three dimensions (3D), in contrast to the monolayer cultures seen on conventional twodimensional (2D) surfaces.
Maximilian is one of the founders of Cellevate and has played an important role in the technical development of the company’s unique production method. Through his work with Cellevate. Maximilian has been involved in stem cell research at the Biomedical Centre (BMC) in Lund, medical device development in collaboration with Skåne University Hospital and has coordinated several national and international research projects.
Did you know?
Cellevate was named the Swedish Nanotechnology Company of 2019 and has been selected as one of the Top 15 start-up Biotech companies in Europe!