Inspiration by definition is unexpected, and often is the result of one’s curiosity, an unmet need and an external influence. BlueCube Bio born of just this kind of origin.
A start-up from the Biopreservation Core Resource (BioCoR) at the University of Minnesota Department of Biomedical Engineering, built on seven years of world-class cryobiological research, BlueCube Bio conceived technology that protects a variety of cell types against the stresses of freeze-thaw, allowing for users to capitalize on the cryopreservation of their cell products.
Founded by Allison Hubel, Ph.D., a professor of mechanical engineering, director of the BioCoR, and the leader of an all-female founding team, who were inspired by nature and driven by a mission to make cell preservation powered by nature available fit-for-purpose strategies that are efficient, safe and scalable.
We are very proud to have BlueCube Bio at UEL and look forward to a bright and industry-changing future for this exceptional startup.