June 05, 2019
Q&A with DiPole’s James Dolgin on the Future of Nanofibers
James Dolgin, DiPole Materials’ Director of Business Development, is steeped in the business of custom nanofiber manufacturing. With a degree in Polymer Science and Engineering from Case Western Reserve University and a current Venture for America fellow, James focuses his time on what’s around the corner for nanofibers and industry applications. With this in mind, we recently talked with James about his work at DiPole Materials and his thoughts on the future of nanofibers.
December 05, 2018
Q&A Interview with DiPole Materials’ Alex Meltzer, PhD, on Trends in Nanotechnology in Life Science Research
Alex Meltzer, PhD, DiPole Materials’ Director of Business Development, today stands at the forefront of nanotechnology and its use in life sciences research. His particular expertise is the electrospinning of nanofibers, creating 3D nanofiber-based cell scaffolds via for 3D cell culture and bioprinting. We had a chance recently to talk with Alex about trends in life science research today and how nanotechnology is playing a key new role in helping cell researchers to foster new treatments and improve human health.
November 13, 2018
James Dolgin, Polymer Engineer, Joins DiPole Materials’ Expert Team
Dolgin, formerly Applications Engineer with Pixelligent, currently is a Venture for America Fellow Based in Baltimore
DiPole Materials, LLC, a life science company that creates 3D nanofiber-based cell scaffolds for 3D cell culture and bioprinting, today announced the hiring of James Dolgin, a polymer engineer with experience in creating new materials for diverse applications.
August 10, 2018
Dipole was invited to present at the Workshop on Characterization of Fiber-Based Scaffolds, hosted by ASTM, BioFabUSA and NIST in Manchester, NH on August 10th. The workshop brought together leading nanofiber academics and companies to present the approaches and challenges to standardizing nanofiber scaffolds for the biomedical industry. Below is a link to our presentation.
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