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3D printing, sometimes called “additive manufacturing” is a way of making three-dimensional solid objects from a digital file. The limitations of what can be printed are seemingly only limited by the complexity of the design. Bioprinting is another application, and is making forays into the biopharma industry. Most industrial applications use carbon fiber as a source material...

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Biospace

But it’s no accident why the CEO of the world’s first bio-ink company brought his business to Blacksburg.   “3-D printing has been really big at Virginia Tech University,” Gatenholm said, “and we believe that we can bring in a lot of bright people into the company and utilize them and help us build this...

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Biospace

My name is Dalia Sara Gala and I am doing my integrated Masters at Glasgow University. I am now completing a placement at the Francis Crick Institute in London. I love emerging technologies in regenerative medicine and I am particularly interested in bioprinting, tissue engineering, nanoengineering and imaging. I did an exchange program in Australia...

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Science Daily

There is a strong need for medication that treats age-related degenerative muscle and tendon diseases. A critical bottleneck in the discovery and development of novel drugs for skeletal muscle is the lack of efficient and robust functional in vitro assays for compound screening. In a new SLAS Technology original research article available now for free ahead-of-print, researchers...

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3dprint

In typical biofabrication and 3D bioprinting methods, layers of cell-laden hydrogel structures called bioinks are extruded to build functioning biological tissues. But using bioresins laden with cells, instead of bioinks, for lithography bioprinting methods, like digital light processing (DLP) and stereolithography (SLA), can be used to create patterns that are even more intricate than those possible with extrusion-based 3D printing; these patterns also...

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Name: Christophe Hoyek Location: Gothenburg, Sweden Position: Sales Intern   Hey Bioprinting communtiy! My name is Chris and I’m a Biomedical Engineering master’s student at Chalmers University of Technology. I’ve always had a deep fascination with biology in combination with technology.   Besides being the first Bioink company in the world, CELLINK produces cost-effective 3D...

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News-Medical

Bioprinting is a method used in tissue engineering that allows the creation of complex biological structures.   In standard tissue engineering, cells are seeded onto solid, biodegradable scaffolds, and are then induced to grow. However, that conventional approach is limited in its ability to replicate the smaller structures of a tissue.   With bioprinting, cells...

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Speak UP! has developed a seamless digital education platform that contains an app making it possible for young people to anonymously report bullying back to their school.  Speak UP! has a digital library offering a selection of relevant prevention programs and an e-learning classroom for teachers to help them feel comfortable giving inspiring prevention lessons...

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Physics World

Creating whole organs in the lab is a distant dream. Some experts think it always will be. But as innovations in 3D bioprinting begin to filter out of research groups and into the commercial and clinical worlds, less headline-grabbing advances could nevertheless prove significant, as Margaret Harris reports   In biomedical science there are dreams and there...

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