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IBIDI

ibidi is a leading supplier for functional cell-based assays and advanced products for cellular microscopy. ibidi is located in Martinsried, Germany, close to Munich and the US headquarters, ibidi USA Inc., is located in Madison, Wisconsin.
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IBIDI

History

ibidi was founded in 2001 as a spin-off from the Technische Universität München (TUM) and the Center of Nanoscience (CeNS) at the University of Munich (LMU). Since its inception, the company has continuously developed and is now a leading provider for innovative functional cell-based assay technologies utilized in academic research, applied testing, biotechnology and pharma.  Throughout its development, ibidi has remained a privately held company.

Milestones and highlights:

2014 Fuse-It, a novel reagent for membrane fusion of proteins and particles, is introduced to the market.
2013

ibidi is a Top Winner in the 2012/13 German Economy Innovation Award Competition

2012 ibidi presents an extended, new range of cell line services (in cooperation with SIRION BIOTECH), which completes its current group of cell biology products.
2011

ibidi celebrates the 1,000th mention of the use of their products in peer-reviewed scientific publications.

2010 LifeAct, a novel probe for visualization of actin cytoskeleton organization and dynamics, is introduced to the market.
2009 Two major awards for ibidi: Fast 50 Germany and Fast 500 Europe, both awarded to ibidi, from the Management Consultancy Deloitte, for being one of the fastest growing technology companies.
2008 ibidi launches the Culture-Insert for invasion assays and scratch assays.
2007 ibidi releases a new µ-Slide Chemotaxis for the optical analysis of slow migrating cells, such as chemotactic active cancer cells in gradients.
2006 With the ibidi Pump System, ibidi launches an important tool for cancer and atherosclerosis research, designed for the cultivation of endothelial cells under perfusion.
2006

ibidi,LLC. is founded in Wisconsin, USA.

2005 With the µ-Dish Family, ibidi expands its product range for high resolution microscopy and excellent cell culture.
2004

ibidi releases the µ-Slide family based on the µ-Slide I technology. The different µ-Slide designs are optimized for specific cell-based applications.

2002 ibidi launches the µ-Slide I, a novel product which allows both cell culturing and high resolution microscopy on a single slide. The high optical quality of the µ–Slide I allows it to be utilized for cell-based assays in research and high throughput applications.
2001

ibidi was founded by four scientists.

 

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A 35 mm imaging dish with an ibidi Standard Bottom, used in high end microscopy and cell-based assays.
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