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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.

Dolgin’s background and experience includes inventing nanomaterials for inkjet-printed display systems at Pixelligent Technologies and designing bio-based flame retardants for the construction industry.

James Dolgin

James Dolgin

Dolgin earned a BS in Polymer Science and Engineering at Case Western Reserve University. He is based in Baltimore as a Venture for America (VFA) fellow. As an Applications Engineer at Pixelligent, Dolgin developed high-refractive index nanomaterials for increasing light output of OLED devices. He also designed studies to improve solid-state lighting material properties based on end use.

With DiPole, Dolgin will combine his technical and business background to develop new products, find new nanofiber solutions for customers and refine existing products on the market.

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.