HackScience Cell-Feed

Automating the media replacement of your Cell Cultures

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Get your weekends back

You can configure, control and monitor your Cell-Feed remotely from the comfort of your home. No more coming in on weekends to look after your cultures.


Reduced Human Error

Cell-Feed sits inside your incubator and removes the need to transfer your cultures into a  hood for media changes, reducing the risk of contamination.


We’re looking for researchers who would like to test our tool for free. If you’d like to learn more about how you can take advantage of our Beta tests, register your interest below and we will send more information.

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About Cell-Feed

Cell-Feed is a new tool from HackScience, currently in beta, that helps biologists semi-automate the cell culturing process by utilising a syringe pump system to conduct automated media replacement.

Our tool sits the incubator with two flasks – one for waste media and one for fresh media. Cell-Feed can be controlled from the cloud with via our app, freeing up your time and hands for higher value tasks.


If you would like to be part of our beta tests and receive your own Cell-Feed, be sure to register your interest.

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JISC - Technology Startup Project - Winner 2016

The JISC programme backs technology startups that could improve the student experience in further or higher education. JISC picked HackScience because of the potential impact of our affordable automation on the effciency of scientific researchers in academia

Digital-Science Catalyst Grant

The Digital-Science catalyst grant is awarded to new technologies that help scientific researchers enhance their work.

Imperial College I&E Start 2016 Winners

HackScience won Imperial College Business School's annual I&E Start Competition. The competition saw 8 finalists pitch in front of investors for the top prize of £10,000.

Biostars 2017 Cohort

BioStars is an Oxford based Life Sciences accelerator. HackScience is one of 40 teams that have been selected to participate in the 2017 cohort.