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Trends in Bioprinting and 3D Printing

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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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Empa researcher 3D prints ear out of cellulose

Empa researcher 3D prints ear out of cellulose

A researcher at Empa has 3D printed an ear using the polymer that gives plants their structural support: cellulose. Empa ...
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CELLINK presents Lumen X biocompatible light curing bioprinter

CELLINK presents Lumen X biocompatible light curing bioprinter

The Lumen X 3D bioprinter leverages biocompatible blue light for high resolution tissue printing.  . After INKing a number of ...
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3d printed organs are on their way, but there’s still a lot of work left to do

3d printed organs are on their way, but there’s still a lot of work left to do

A new breakthrough from Israel shows that while we still have a long way to go before we can 3D ...
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3D Pod Episode 6 Bioprinting

3D Pod Episode 6 Bioprinting

Max and I discuss bioprinting this week. We go into detail about the different things that excite us from in ...
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European Bioprinting Company regenHU is Paving the Way in Therapeutical Bioprinting

European Bioprinting Company regenHU is Paving the Way in Therapeutical Bioprinting

Nestled in the Fribourg countryside, amid medieval towns, deep mountain lakes, and Swiss-alpine traditions, bioprinting company regenHU (which stands for ...
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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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Layer by Layer: 3D Bioprinting on the Rise

Layer by Layer: 3D Bioprinting on the Rise

Technologies for 3D bioprinting are already being used to fabricate relatively simple artificial tissues and structures such as cartilage, skin, ...
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3d.fab’s BioAssemblyBot Wants to 3D Print Skin onto People

3d.fab’s BioAssemblyBot Wants to 3D Print Skin onto People

3D bioprinting continues to diversify as more and more companies and research organizations join the field, each bringing their own ...
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University of California San Diego researchers develop “easy-to-use” 3D bioprinting method for living blood vessels

University of California San Diego researchers develop “easy-to-use” 3D bioprinting method for living blood vessels

Bioengineers from the University of California San Diego (UCSD) have developed a 3D bioprinting method that integrates natural materials which ...
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5 ways 3D printing could totally change medicine

5 ways 3D printing could totally change medicine

A new study aims to alert medical professionals to the potential of 3D printing’s future use in the field. 3D ...
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CELLINK and Prellis Biologics announce powerful, $1.2M Holograph-X Bioprinter

CELLINK and Prellis Biologics announce powerful, $1.2M Holograph-X Bioprinter

Swedish bioprinting company CELLINK has entered into a partnership with organ and tissue engineering company Prellis Biologics, Inc. with the ...
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Nine Most Recent Posts in Bioprinting

US researchers 3D print viable human tissue

US researchers 3D print viable human tissue

Researchers in the US have demonstrated a new biomanufacturing process that is claimed to represent a major advance in the use of 3D printing for the repair and even replacement of human organs.  . Researchers around the world are exploring the potential of 3D...

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A SWIFTer way to build organs

A SWIFTer way to build organs

Densely cellular tissue constructs are stained in green marking living cells and red marking dead. The image on the left is without embedded vascular channels and one on the right is with the channels.  . Wyss Institute at Harvard University Twenty people die every...

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Nine Most Recent Videos in Bioprinting

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