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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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3D Bioprinting Could Help Repair Damaged Knees with Cartilage-Mimicking Hydrogel

Digital Trends - Apr 24, 2017

It looks like we may be saying goodbye to knee braces in the future. Duke University researchers have developed a new way of 3D Bioprinting material that they hope will someday be able to form cartilage implants for patients who have knee damage.   “We’ve developed the first 3D-printable hydrogel that surpasses both the compression... Read more »

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Freshly Printed #2: Engineering New Tissues from Existing Tissues

Apr 19, 2017

Author: Dr. Patrick Thayer, CELLINK Bionk Officer   Remember the ghost heart from a few years back? Scientist are using this approach to build new tissues and organs from the bottom up.   Bioink evelopment and the bioprinting field as a whole is rapidly progressing. Newly developed bioinks exhibit diverse compositions, chemistries, and sourcing ranging... Read more »

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Looking for a summer internship?

Apr 18, 2017

It’s that time of the year again! We are looking for driven individuals who are looking to intern for a company who has a mission to change the world of medicine.  We are looking for the following types of candidates for internships:   Tissue Engineers Bioengineers Biomedical engineers Food scientist Physical Chemist Marketing/Public Relations  ... Read more »

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3D Bioprinting set to Change The Future of Medicine

Medican Futurist - Apr 18, 2017

Well we already knew this didn’t we? Bioprinting is going to change the future of medicine in a way we never thought possible. Researchers are already using bioprinting for cancer research, drug development, printing skin, the list goes on. While bioprinting may be seen as something of the “future” the truth is, it’s happening now.... Read more »

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New Episode of Biotech Buzz with Dr. Angela Panoskaltsis-Mortai. See how she is using 3D Bioprinting at University of Minnesota:

Sound Cloud - Apr 14, 2017

Dr. Angela Panoskaltsis-Mortari is Professor and Vice Chair of Research in the Department of Pediatrics, Division of Blood & Marrow Transplantation, and Professor of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care and Sleep at the University of Minnesota. She was originally trained as an Immunologist (UWO, Canada) with post-doctoral training in Pathology (UAB) and is... Read more »

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CELLINK featured in Global Futurist for 3D Bioprinted Cartilage

Global Futurist - Apr 13, 2017

We are ecstatic to see that 3D Bioprinting is making it’s mark on the world. As you may have previously read, the study conducted by Chalmers University and Sahlgrenska Academy with 3D printed cartilage has made several headlines around the world.  See what Global Futurist had to say.   “Loosing a part of your body,... Read more »

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Freshly Printed #1: Bioprinting myotubes and controlling cell population orientation

Apr 12, 2017

Author: Dr Patrick Thayer, Bioink Officer at CELLINK The development of a functional tissue from a bioprinted construct requires the incorporation or application of complex cues and stimuli that guide cell organization and differentiation. For certain tissues, such as ligament, tendon, and muscle whose in vivo microstructure is highly organized, it is paramount that cell... Read more »

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CELLINK Featured in The Star Tribune

Star Tribune - Apr 10, 2017

Last week we were at the Biomaterials Conference in Minneapolis where we showcased our INKREDIBLE + and BIO X bioprinter. We were so encouraged to see the response of everyone who came by.  Looks like 3D Bioprinting is making big waves in the world of biomaterials!  We got the chance to interview with the Star... Read more »

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Biotech Buzz with Myokardia CEO Tassos Gianakakos

Sound Cloud - Apr 7, 2017

Today on Biotech Buzz we have Tassos Gianakakos, who founded three companies and is now CEO of MyoKardia, a drug discovery company that develops innovative therapeutics to treat genetic heart disease.   Tassos is an entrepreneur and a leader in the biopharmaceutical industry, he is working to find cures for conditions that affect 60 million... Read more »

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CELLINK Featured in The National for Bioprinting

The National - Apr 6, 2017

The National, one of Dubai’s leading newspapers interviewed CELLINK about the latest in bioprinting:   “Erik Gatenholm and Dr Hector Martinez, the co-founders of Cellink, a Sweden-based biotech company that commercialises bio-inks for 3D bioprinting of human organs and tissue – the first such company in the world – say the technology will radically change... Read more »

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Top 5 Most Bioprintable Tissues

Apr 1, 2017

  Bioprinting is a revolutionary technology for the tissue engineering field with promises to permit the rapid fabrication of tissues and organs. However, not all tissues are created equal in the eyes of a bioprinter. While all tissues and organs may eventually be bioprinted, there are several tissues that have characteristics that allow them to... Read more »

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New Episode of Biotech Buzz with Dr. Jiang He from Forbes 30 under 30

Sound Cloud - Mar 31, 2017

Postdoctoral fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology   Jiang grew up in China, as a farmer in a village with no cars, electricity, or running water. His ramshackle school once collapsed in a rainstorm. As a postdoc at Harvard, he used a new technology called single-virus tracking, super-resolution imaging (STORM) to understand more about how influenza... Read more »

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Research center in Australia leads 3D Bioprinting Revolution

RMIT - Mar 30, 2017

We love to see the way the academic world has embraced bioprinting. The more research institutions invest time and resources into this field, the better the outcome will be. Read below to see how this university in Australia is making headway in this space:

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Did you know it was possible to grow human tissues on apples?

Tech Times - Mar 29, 2017

Human tissues and apple? Do those two go hand and hand? One researcher’s objective was to study the behavior of cells while the physical surroundings changed. This method was tested successfully on lab mice by injecting the cellulose scaffolding under its skin. While this is still in the developmental stage, it has yet to be... Read more »

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MIT Creates a Method of Cellulose Bioprinting

Mar 28, 2017

As you have probably realized by now, the world of bioprinting continues to thrive on a daily basis. Bioprinting is truly making it’s mark in the world of academia.   Companies that are active in the field of bioprinting often receive massive research funding and one of the most lucrative research fields is that of... Read more »

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3D Bioprinting is set to change the medical field

Bioprinting World - Mar 27, 2017

3D Bioprinting has opened doors we never thought were possible. This technology is set to change the way we think about aging and treating disease. Medical technologies are in such high demand, therefore 3D Bioprinting is without a doubt high in the ranks. In the video shown within this article, Dr. Sam Wadsworth explains how... Read more »

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