While growing bone organoids, it is apparently important to take bone cells to the gym three times a week. Or – apply mechanical loading, if you want to use more precise language.
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Dr. Gian Nutal Schädli, the CEO of CompagOs, completed his PhD in biomechanical engineering with the focus on bone organoids. Fun fact his middle name – Nutal – means Christmas in Romansh, the fourth language of Switzerland.
CompagOs is a Swiss startup a super fresh ETH spin-off. They aim to help clinicians and drug developers choose the most effective treatment for patients with bone cancers. Their mineralized 3D bioprinted bone organoids closely mimic natural bone structures.
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