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The global leading technology
for your organoid cultures.

Elevating your organoid research

Since 2016, SUN bioscience has been revolutionizing Precision Health. Our mission is to empower personalized medicine by harnessing the potential of patient stem cells to identify the most effective drugs. At the heart of our groundbreaking efforts is our proprietary high-throughput 3D microwell platform, enabling the generation of standardized and reproducible organoids, without any effort.
SUN’s flagship technology Gri3D® overcomes the challenges in organoid culture: automation, robustness, scalability, and easy imaging – introducing a new era in drug development

Gri3D®: One Platform – Endless Possibilities

Moving organoids from lab to real-world applications across industries and geographies

Academic collaborators and global corporations trust Gri3D® to standardize their organoid cultures, from intestinal organoids to 200 day old optic cups.

To summarise: it works exceptionally well! […] Thymus biology has been confined to using difficult reaggregate culture systems to culture TEC for the past 30 years or so this is very exciting for us.

Clare BlackburnProfessor of Tissue Stem Cell Biology
MRC Center of Regenerative Medicine
University of Edinburgh

We were trying out your 96-well hydrogel plate for EB formation and it worked really well […] and made nice organoids! Could you please send us some more plates in the 96-well format?

Magdalena RennerHead of the Human Organoid Platform
Institute of Molecular and Clinical Ophthalmology Basel

Thanks to the technologies of SUN bioscience we are now able to look at interactions of pancreatic progenitors at near-clonal densities to understand the molecular mechanisms that rule self-organisation of pancreatic spheres and organoids.

Prof. Anne Grapin-BottonThe Danish Stem Cell Center, Copenhagen, Denmark

There is high demand for easy-to-use 3D cell culture systems that can be applied on a daily basis. SUN bioscience’s Gri3D technology allows my lab to generate large numbers of reproducibly sized 3D iPS cultures without any effort.

Prof. Massimiliano CaiazzoUtrecht University, Netherlands