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3D printing body parts: New tech raises ethical issues

3D printing body parts: New tech raises ethical issues

Prosthetic limbs - like this arm for a 2-year-old girl - are currently being 3D printed. New Zealand is at ...
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ROKIT Healthcare develops novel 3D bioprinting method to treat lesions

ROKIT Healthcare develops novel 3D bioprinting method to treat lesions

ROKIT Healthcare , a Korean 3D bioprinter manufacturer previously known as ROKIT, has introduced a novel 3D bioprinting method to ...
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Carnegie Mellon researchers develop 3D printing for heart valves

Carnegie Mellon researchers develop 3D printing for heart valves

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University recently developed a method to rebuild components of the human heart using 3D printing. The ...
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BASF and CTIBiotech evolve 3D skin model to enable anti-inflammatory analysis

BASF and CTIBiotech evolve 3D skin model to enable anti-inflammatory analysis

The two firms previously developed a 3D bio-printed skin model with human sebaceous glands for research into sebum production and ...
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Stratasys Introduces Digital Anatomy 3D Printer

Stratasys Introduces Digital Anatomy 3D Printer

Stratasys is further extending its commitment to the medical industry with the new J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer.  . Designed ...
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Biocompatible 3D Printing Materials Market Size Worth $618.31 Million by 2023 - Technavio

Biocompatible 3D Printing Materials Market Size Worth $618.31 Million by 2023 – Technavio

The global biocompatible 3D printing materials market size is poised to grow by USD 618.31 million during 2019 to 2023, ...
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Will 3D Bioprinting Stem the Organ Transplant Crisis?

Will 3D Bioprinting Stem the Organ Transplant Crisis?

3D printing has impacted everything from spine care to orthotics. Now, two recent bioprinting breakthroughs are bringing the dream of ...
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Fluicell introduces high resolution 3D bioprinter, the Biopixlar

Fluicell introduces high resolution 3D bioprinter, the Biopixlar

Fluicell, a medical technology company spun out from the Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden has launched a high-resolution 3D bioprinter ...
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Microgel supports 3D printing technique that builds organs out of stem cells

Microgel supports 3D printing technique that builds organs out of stem cells

 Living stem cells can be printed as a bioink into a photocurable, self-healing and shear-thinning alginate microgel supporting medium. The ...
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3D Printing Bacteria Biofilms for the Construction of Living Materials

3D Printing Bacteria Biofilms for the Construction of Living Materials

Srikkanth Balasubramanian, Marie-Eve Aubin-Tam, and Anne S. Meyer explore the idea of 3D printing with bacteria further in their recently ...
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New 3D bioprinting method produces functional organ tissue

New 3D bioprinting method produces functional organ tissue

The proprietary technique, called sacrificial writing into functional tissue (SWIFT), is a multistep biomanufacturing process that involves creating organ building ...
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CollPlant and 3D Systems developing tissue and scaffold bioprinting solutions

CollPlant and 3D Systems developing tissue and scaffold bioprinting solutions

The partnership’s overall goal is to develop bioprinting technologies in order to advance regenerative medicine research.  . The companies are ...
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Rensselaer Team 3D Prints Skin with Blood Vessels Included

A team of researchers from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY has achieved a breakthrough in the ability to 3D bioprint living, vascularized skin tissue. The team presented the new technique for producing skin tissue with integrated blood vessels in the journal Tissue Engineering Part A.

The research project was led by Pankaj Karande, an associate professor of chemical and biological engineering and a member of the Center for Biotechnology and Interdisciplinary Studies (CBIS). Karande has been working in the field of printing skin for years and believes that the technology could be game-changing in the medical industry, enabling the production of skin grafts that closely mimic natural skin.

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