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Pioneering research at Waikato University could eventually lead to cancer tumors being treated outside patients’ bodies. Masters student Shalini Guleria is about to start using commercially available cancer cells to create three-dimensional models of breast cancer tumors. “Currently the easiest way to do pharmaceutical tests on cancer cells is using 2D models which is basically a petri dish...

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  Name: Ramón N. Rodriguez Location: Gothenburg, Sweden Position: Software Developer   Hi Ramón! Please tell us a little bit about yourself. Coding is one of my biggest hobbies, the fact that I get paid to do it is just amazing. I studied electronics and computer science at KTH (Royal Institute of technology). I knew from early...

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  Name: Jim Engström Location: Gothenburg, Sweden Position: Senior Cell Biologist in the Bioink and Tissue Engineering team   Hi Jim! Please tell us a little bit about yourself. I grew up in a tiny village in the deep forests of Värmland, close to the Norwegian border. Moved to Gothenburg in 2002 to study, and except for two...

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Software HeartOS 1.4 We have released the latest version of the feature-packed HeartOS software for Bio X. This update includes HD-Camera toolhead support, well plates brand selector among other features and bug fixes with general stability improvements.  

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Name: Adam Micha Location: Gothenburg, Sweden Position: Hardware product developer   Hi Adam! Please tell us a little bit about yourself.  Hello! I’m Adam, designer of machines and things that move. I have a background in Industrial design engineering and product development. I’ve been with Cellink on and off since the beginning but started full time last year....

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Read the story of our CEO Erik Gatenholm, and how he and co-founder Hector Martinez went on to found CELLINK and become the world’s leading provider of bioprinters! We are so proud! CELLINK is on the path to changing the future of medicine!  

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Arthroscopic surgery is a minimally invasive procedure, where the cartilage of a person’s damaged joint is examined and treated with an arthroscope – an endoscope inserted into the damaged joint through a small incision. But just because it’s minimally invasive doesn’t mean that it’s not still painful, with a potentially long recovery time. But now, a microbiologist...

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CELLINK continues to develop a platform for channeled bioprints suitable for dynamic culture conditions and thereby capable to more closely mimick invivo conditions. This aim involves introducing new 3DBioprinting methods, new printing wells and an inducing Bioink.

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  Name: Itedale Namro Redwan Location: Gothenburg Position: Scientific Officer and BITE team leader   Hi Itedale! Please tell us a little bit about yourself.  I am Itedale, Scientific Officer and team leader of the BITE team. I have a PhD. in Medicinal Chemistry and decided to continue my carrier by exploring stem cell differentiation in the field...

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