Stemnovate Next-Gen Platforms

Our mission is to accelerate drug discovery from decades to years and from months to days. Building the future, caring for both human and  animal lives. We are StemnovateTM .
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Drug Discovery Platform

We use novel multi-organ modelling to evaluate drug molecule metabolism and toxicity, ensuring better clinical trials and patient safety outcomes. Our projects include Hepatitis research and many more.

Our work on automation for cell based assays save cost and time and revolutionize the pharmaceutical industry.

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Bio Banking

Ethical sourcing is core to our biobank, reflecting human diversity in age, gender & ethnicities. We are experts in cellular reprogramming with the capability for human and animal reprogramming.

For industry and academia, we routinely differentiate stem cells into the liver, heart, and neuronal cells.

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Molecular & Microengineering

We design vectors with an industrial process to generate induced pluripotent stem cells. In addition, we offer a  multispecies cell platform ensuring quality through  advanced profiling and bioinformatics.

We provide digital
karyotyping and
genotyping for disease 
profiling and
understanding drug
metabolism  response.


Data Platform

The drug discovery data often cannot be reproduced with   conventional techniques. Therefore, we integrate  computational modelling and microengineering to enable next-gen drug development.

Stemnovate aims to make precision medicine a global  reality through unique data platforms and novel  devices.

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Our global partnerships include top-tier pharmaceutical companies and world-renowned academia. We often partner with  institutes for industrial PhD studentships.

Our partnerships include National Physical Laboratory, the University of Edinburgh,   the University of Northumbria, and the Babraham Institute, to name a few.

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How it works
Multiorgan solution

In vitro Absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion studies can be conducted on tissues showing multicellular interactions in microphysiological systems.

Computational modelling & Big Data

The multiparametric data obtained from cell studies, assays, protein and gene expression and imaging is used for data analysis and predictive modelling of drug response.


The quantitative data is obtained through biosensors for microenvironment changes and physiological parameter analysis.

Drug Interaction studies

Cytochrome P450 studies are complimented with metabolism assays, expression profiling and transcriptomic analysis. A comprehensive data to understand the mechanistic of action or toxicity.

Cell based assays

In-depth studies for cell proliferation, apoptosis, receptors & transporters.

3D printing prototyping manufacturing

Microfluidic device development involves CAD design, 3D printing, prototyping following by application optimisation and manufacturing.


Pharmacogenetics allows the study of the genetic variation due to ethnicity and gender that affects their response or adverse reaction to
medicines or xenobiotics.
Stemnovate has diverse bank of IPS lines that represent the human variability for pharmacogenetics studies.

Reduces Animal Testing Veterinary Research and Development

Our multispecies cellular models allow in vitro studies for mechanism of action, transporters and signalling pathways. This reduced animal testing while the models benefit veterinary drug development and disease modelling.

Drug metabolism Cytochrome P450 studies

Cytochromes P450 (CYPs) are the main enzymes involved in drug metabolism. These show huge expression variability among humans. We study CYP inhibition, induction, expression and polymorphism.

Multicellular Modelling Tissue engineering

Tissue consists of specialised cells functioning while uniquely organised. We simulate this organisation for microphysiological studies. Eg, Liver tissue consists of hepatocytes, stellate and Kupffer cells.



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