LifeScope3D is a unique platform enabling all-round characterization of multicellular structures, from high-throughput screening of spheroids or organoids, down to single cell or molecule analysis, using optical, microscopical and mechanical detection methods. The platform is comprised of three units, LifeMechanics, LifeSorting and LifeImaging, which are integrated into the Cell Culture Core Facility at TU Wien. The facility is located at Getreidemarkt 9, in the newly constructed building of the campus, BF..

LifeScope3D is a joint project inspired by research collaboration between several groups at TU Wien: The laboratory of Prof. Dr. Aleksandr Ovsianikov (Institute of Materials Science and Technology), the laboratory of Prof. Dr. Philipp Thurner (Institute of Lightweight Design and Structural Biomechanics) and the laboratory of Prof. Dr. Gerhard Schütz (Institute of Applied Physics). The platform is available to all interested researchers from both academia and industry. We strive to use our cutting-edge technology to foster multidisciplinary collaborations in order to answer burning questions in the fields of multicellular assemblies and tissue engineering.

If you are interested in using any of our devices, please contact our project manager Mina Petrovic at .We look forward to hearing from you!

The FFG is the central national funding organization and strengthens Austria's innovative power. This project is funded by the FFG., opens an external URL in a new window