Technology Innovation

Organ-on-a-chip (OoC) is a technology that uses microfabrication techniques to create miniature models of biological organs, such as the lung, heart, or gut, on a chip-sized device. These microfabricated devices are made up of living cells that are grown on a microscale platform and mimic the structure and function of the organ they represent. The cells are typically arranged in a way that mimics the native three-dimensional structure of the organ and is perfused with fluids, such as blood or air, to represent the physiological environment of the organ.

View Organ-on-a-Chip