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Featured Story - March 25, 2017
CELLINK's technology was used by Chalmers University of Technology to successfully 3d bioprint and implant human cartilage in mice. This is huge for the world…
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CELLINK Featured in Tech Crunch

CELLINK's technology was used by Chalmers University of Technology to successfully 3d bioprint and implant human cartilage in mice. This is huge for the world…

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A New Era for 3D Bioprinting Breakthroughs

Rdmag - Jun 8, 2017

Imagine having the ability to engineer organs and tissue on demand, reducing the years long wait time many patients must go through to receive a transplant.   Or, a world where machines could instantly create a variety of medical materials to be used to streamline safety and efficacy testing, saving companies billions of dollars in... Read more »

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CELLINK technology featured at 2017 Stem Cell Symposium

vimeo - Jun 7, 2017

Check out this great video from the 2017 Stem Cell Symposium in Jacksonville Florida. You can see some awesome footage of our printer in action and us in some fancy lab coats:

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Come meet us at ISSCR booth 106 next week!

ISSCR - Jun 7, 2017

Are you going to ISSCR? Don’t be shy come say hello! We will be at booth 106 and ready to talk bioprinting all day. We look forward to meeting you there! Scientific Program Highlights   The latest in stem cell research and its therapeutic potential will be the focus of ISSCR 2017 at the Boston... Read more »

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South Korean researchers to develop 3D bioprinting ear reconstruction process

Jun 5, 2017

Researchers from the Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials (KIMM) and the Chungnam National University Hospital recently announced a new partnership through which they will seek to develop a 3D bioprinting process for ear reconstruction, as well as a number of other projects. The collaboration was made official through a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).  ... Read more »

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Is 3D Bioprinting the Future of Reconstructive Surgery?

MedScape - Jun 5, 2017

Tissue engineering has been revolutionized since 2004 by the emergence of three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting.[1] In this approach, additive manufacturing techniques (microextrusion, laser-assisted printing, and inkjet printing) are used to create autologous biological tissues. Mesenchymal stem cells or differentiated cells are placed in a fluid hydrogel to form a “bio-ink.”[2] The computer-assisted design of the numerical... Read more »

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Meet the CELLINK team: Financial Accountant Evelinn Eklund

Jun 2, 2017

Hi my name is Evelinn Eklund! I am the financial accountant at CELLINK and have been here for 1 year. When I am not working with numbers and helping the company further it’s mission, you can often find me trying one of my million hobbies. Some people ask, what’s your hobby? I reply “Hobbies are... Read more »

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Attention! CELLINK Looking for a Software Developer

May 29, 2017

Are you a software developer looking for your next career move? Come join the CELLINK team!   Who: Embeded Linux developer skilled in Yocto, Python, Linux configure tools, device tree and shell scripting.   What: Software Developer for 3D Bioprinting solutions company CELLINK   Where: European HQ in Gothenburg, Sweden   When: As soon as... Read more »

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CELLINK Introduces Bioprinting Consultant Katie Bricker

May 26, 2017

Hi, I’m Katie, a Bioprinting Consultant   in  the US at CELLINK. I have a pretty diverse background— a mix of design, science, and customer service. I am passionate about doing work that improves health and therefore changes lives, and I think bioprinting has huge potential to do just that.   I get outdoors as often as... Read more »

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3D Printing in Medicine- Bioink Officer Dr. Patrick Thayer Gives us the Scoop

May 24, 2017

Last week I was able to present at the 3D Printing in Medicine Conference in Mainz, Germany. At the conference, there were a lot of excellent talks from leaders in the 3D printing field from across the world. And yes it was intimidating to be on the same stage of many of the big names... Read more »

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CELLINK Featured in Roanke Times

Roanoke - May 22, 2017

Erik Gatenholm and Hector Martinez are the Henry Fords of the 3-D biotech printer business. Until Ford came along with his Model T, automobiles were too sophisticated and too expensive for all but the elite. The co-founders of Cellink saw the same thing happening with 3-D biotech printers. Few could afford high-precision printers with six-figure... Read more »

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We’re Getting Closer to Mass Production of Bones, Organs, and Implants

Bloomberg - May 18, 2017

Medical researchers have been able to create certain kinds of living cells with 3D printers for more than a decade. Now a few companies are getting closer to mass production of higher-order tissues (bone, cartilage, organs) and other individually tailored items, including implants. This kind of precision medicine, treating patients based on their genes, environment,... Read more »

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3-D printed ovary allows infertile mouse to mate and give birth

CNN - May 17, 2017

A new era of regenerative medicine could be on the horizon. A 3-D printed ovary allowed an infertile mouse to naturally mate and go on to give birth to two pups of their own, according to new research published Tuesday in Nature Communications. The 3-D printed bioprosthetic ovary, as it’s termed, is “the holy grail... Read more »

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Magentic Bioprinting Experiment – In Orbit

Fabbaloo - May 16, 2017

A report in Izvestia describes an unusual bioprinting experiment that is in the early development stages. It’s to be based on a scientific paper entitled, “Study of the possibility of three-dimensional biofabrikatsii fabric constructions carried out by a programmable self-assembly of living tissues and organs in microgravity by means of a magnetic field” [Google translation].... Read more »

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Revolutionary Organs-On-Chips Technology Can Potentially Make Animal Testing Obsolete

Wall Street Pit - May 15, 2017

Emulate Inc. has developed transparent chips the size of AA batteries that mimic different body organs. Initially, these organ chips are supposed to help researchers learn how drugs affect certain organs of the body. Eventually, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) hopes these chips can also be used to determine the safety of different products... Read more »

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Meet the CELLINK team: Introducing our CFO Gusten Danielsson

May 12, 2017

Hello I am Gusten Danielsson, CFO at CELLINK. I  love entrepreneurship, extreme sports, finance and technology. I am driven by the opportunity to make a difference for the better.  What’s pushing me to do my best is being in an environment with intelligent, ambitious and kind individuals, all striving to make a difference, all ready... Read more »

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