Organoids are revolutionizing in vitro cell culture and experimentation—what could they do for your research?
Skip the learning curve and go straight to growing organoids. Show us how organoids will impact your research and be entered to win a customized organoid training course for you and your lab members.
HOW TO ENTER:
Submit a short video (< 3 minutes) explaining the impact that organoids will have on your research project. Use your creativity to show how organoids will enable your breakthrough and the potential impact that will have on your field.
The winning lab will receive a customized organoid culture training course for up to 6 people to take place at their facility. Available topics include culturing organoids from mouse intestine, liver, or pancreas; maintaining and passaging adult stem cell-derived human intestinal organoids; or differentiating human pluripotent stem cells to intestinal or cerebral organoids.
All courses are one day in length and will take place at the winner's facility. Courses include a lecture component from one of STEMCELL's expert organoid scientists, as well as hands-on practice with culturing organoids.
THE FINE PRINT:
Limit one entry per person, three entries per lab group. This contest is open for submission until March 29, 2019 to contestants who reside in Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, or the United States. The selected entry will be notified shortly after March 29, 2019. Submissions must be in English. The selected winning lab may need to assist with the initial preparation of cultures for use in the practical lab demonstrations of the custom course. Contestants consent to their entry, or excerpts from their entry, to be shared in print and/or online materials. This offer is void where prohibited or restricted by federal, state, provincial, or local laws or regulation, or agency/institutional policy. Other conditions or restrictions may apply.