Company News & Events
EMBO convention in Barcelona, Spain (13-17 June 2018) &
the 8th Asia-Pacific C. elegans meeting in Seoul, Korea (9-12 July 2018).
LabTIE participated and introduced the unique C. elegans Synchronizer (CES) at the EMBO convention in Barcelona (13 – 17 June 2018) and at the 8th Asia-Pacific C. elegans meeting in Seoul (9-12 July 2018).
For more information on this events, please visit:
Seeds Meets Technology, 26 - 28th of September - Zwaagdijk, the Netherlands.
LabTIE participated at the Seeds Meets Technology exhibition, September 26-28, 2017, in Zwaagdijk.
For more information on this event, please visit: http://seedmeetstechnology.com/deelnemers/labtie
LabTIE Office moved, August 03, 2017, Rosmalen, the Netherlands.
We are proud to let you know that LabTIE BV moved to a new and bigger location. Our new address:
De Grote Elst 52
5246 JR Rosmalen
Other contact details will remain the same.
Please adjust our contact-, deliver- and invoice address in your administration. Preferably we receive your invoices at .
The LabTIE team
International C. elegans Conference, June 21 - 25, 2017, at UCLA, Los Angeles.
LabTIE participated at ‘The 21st International C. elegans Conference’, June 21-25, 2017, at UCLA, Los Angeles. At the Conference we proudly introduce LabTIE's OP50 to the world. LabTIE's OP50 is the powdered food-source for C. elegans. Check the product specifics on our website for more information and how to order.
Thanks to all who visisted us at the C. elegans Conference event at UCLA, Los Angeles.
Horti Contact Trade Fair 2017, 14 - 16th of February - Gorinchem, the Netherlands.
LabTIE participated for the first time at the HortiContact Gorinchem, The pride of Dutch horticulture 2017.
Tuinbouw Relatiedagen Trade Fair 2016, 29 Nov till the 1st of December - Venray, the Netherlands.
Obviously a supportive and service company, providing products to the seed processing branch, LabTIE participated at the Tuinbouwrelatiedagen Venray 2016.
The Interregional meeting point for horticulture professionals Each year this trade fair is a key platform for horticulture professionals from Southeastern Netherlands and the German and Belgian border areas.
The Allied Genetics Conference (TAGC), July 13 - 17, 2016, in Orlando, Florida.
LabTIE participated at ‘The Allied Genetics Conference’ (TAGC), July 13-17, 2016, in Orlando, Florida. At this event LabTIE for the first time presented the innovative High Volume Breeder and Synchronizer (HVBS) for the nematode C. elegans and also introduced OP50 E. coli extract to be used as a feeder host for C. elegans.
The 'HVBS' is the 'world first' system for breeding and synchronization of the nematode C. elegans. The HVBS will be able to produce very high quality C. elegans nematodes in almost unlimited quantities, combined with an unprecedented and unique synchronization capability, not possible today with current methods. As such the HVBS will not only enable new types of research it will also allow researchers to focus on what really matters. In addition, High Throughput Screening (HTS), using C.elegans as the test organism, will become feasible, creating new business opportunities for screening substances in large quantities, saving time, money while significantly reducing the use of test animals.
At LabTIE we believe the HVBS will be a real ‘Game Changer’ in many ways for researchers and CRO’s alike. Thanks to all who visisted us at the TAGC event in Orlando, Florida.
Labtechnology Trade Fair 2015, 7th & 8th of October - Jaarbeurs Utrecht, the Netherlands.
LabTIE participated at the Labtechnology Trade Fair.
We presented the new seed/bead and ball dispensers. It was great fun and in order to put a smile on peoples face, we organized a small competition in manually filling 96 wells, versus loading a full tray with the ball dispenser. The balloons, tell it all :)
New LabTIE Office, February 2015 - Oss, the Netherlands.
We moved to our new office located in Oss, the Netherlands. A modern, multifunctional building with offices as well as lots of space for our R&D and prototyping activities.
Dutch Life Sciences Event, November 2014 :
LabTIE participated at the Dutch Life Sciences event at the Novio Tech Campus in Nijmegen, November 19th 2014.
A great event with over 300 attendees. At our booth we installed two (FDM) 3D printers, showing the build process of some parts as would be typical for Rapid Prototyping. A truly interesting and productive day with a lot of interaction from companies and people from the industry.
About the Dutch Life Sciences conference
The Dutch Life Sciences conference offers businesses, research institutes, universities and investors a platform for exchanging knowledge, trends and developments within the sector and provides networking opportunities. The Investors Forum is part of the Dutch Life Sciences conference. During the day, various experts from the scientific and business communities spoke about their experiences and about value creation in the Dutch life sciences. A total of 300 participants from the sector attended the conference. Partnering, personalized medicines and entrepreneurship were the main themes that were addressed during the conference. To strengthen international partnerships, speakers from international companies and institutes were invited in collaboration with the international innovation attaché network.
The Dutch Life Sciences conference was made possible partly by Novio Tech Campus, ABN AMRO, Pivot Park, PwC, TKI Life Sciences & Health, Immuno Valley and the Innovation Attaché Network. The conference is an initiative of Iventus.
For more information on this event, please visit: http://www.dutchlifesciences.com/
YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=13&v=ytJJZI1398M
LabTIE has been selected by TNO, October 2014 :
LabTIE was selected by TNO for the 'In Vitro Permeability Systems’ project, in order to develop a High Throughput Test System.
LabTIE has been selected by the HAN University of Applied Sciences, August 2014 :
LabTIE has been selected by the HAN University of Applied Sciences (BioCentre) for the development of a High Throughput Test System for using 'C. elegans' for measuring substances in accordance with the REACH European regulation. This project will significantly reduce the use of animals used for testing and accelerate the testing process of chemical- and drug substances by a factor of 100-1000x times, compared to current testing methodologies.