News in category: 3d Bioprinting

Freshly Printed 3: Prototyping Networks and Conduits

  The other week we challenged ourselves to fabricate perfusable networks within a broader hydrogel medium using the INKREDIBLE+. We aimed to make the procedure…

Bioprinting in Space with NASA

NASA has been using 3D printing for decades now, and few organizations can top their experience or resourcefulness with the technology. NASA tends to make big…

Transforming Healthcare Through Technology

Dr. Bertalan Mesko, PhD is the Medical Futurist. As a geek physician with a PhD in genomics and Amazon Top 100 author, he envisions the…

Engineers Work to Make 3D Printed Human Heart a Reality

Imagine a world with fewer fatalities from heart disease—the leading cause of death worldwide, according to the World Health Organization.   A world where the…

This robot is learning how to print a human organ

Kentucky-based software company Advanced Solutions has developed what it calls the world's first 3D human tissue printer that operates on a six axis robot. Called…

3D printing in water for medical use and faster 3D prints

Why would you want to 3D print in water? New research into materials shows a novel technique with applications for 3D bioprinting.   Materials scientist…

Researchers evaluate the value of 3D bioprinting to create in vitro cancer cells

Two separate groups have published studies looking at how 3D printing can be used for cancer research.   Belgian researchers have evaluated the use of…

A Dog Tests Out 3D Printed Bone Treatment for Landmine Survivors and a Bioprinter Operates on a Six-Axis Robot

In December, the University of Glasgow received £2.8 million from Find a Better Way, a charity set up to help survivors of landmine blasts. The funding was granted to the…

Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine: New Trends and Directions—A Year in Review

Tissue engineering (TE) is continuously evolving assimilating inputs from adjacent scientific areas and their technological advances, including nanotechnology developments that have been spawning the range…

Bioprinting 3D cell structures in space could advance cancer research

Cancer research is being taken to new frontiers thanks to research coming out of BioServe Space Technologies, a NASA-affiliated research center at the University of…

3D ‘bioprinting’: 10 things you should know about how it works

1. CT scans can function like a CAD design   Instead of trying to create an organ or tissue model from the ground up, researchers…

Skin Regeneration — From Science Fiction to Science Fact

Doctors are faced with limited choices when it comes to damaged or burned skin. People with severe burns face years of skin grafts and rehabilitation…

Spanish scientists make advances in 3D printing bone and cartilage tissue

panish researchers are now one step closer to creating 3D printed bone and cartilage for patients, after the tissues were recently synthesized using the technology…

Researchers from Oregon use 3D bioprinting to create blood vessels for alternative root canal treatment

Researchers from Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) have developed a process involving a bioprinter that can engineer blood vessels in extracted teeth.   The findings…

CELLINK at ISSCR in Boston June 14-17

Come check us out at booth 106 to learn more 3D Bioprinting!

How 3D printing is allowing some unexpected industries to get innovative

In recent years, 3D printing in the medical field has made the leap from science fiction to science fact. 3D printers are being used to…

POSTECH Research Team Publishes Paper on Single-Step Process for 3D Bioprinting Synthetic Skin

I remember teachers asking the question, “What is the largest human organ?” in class many years ago, and most kids shouted out incorrect guesses, like…

3D Printing: Innovation in Healthcare

Medical 3D printing, otherwise known as bioprinting, was once an ambitious pipe dream. However, time and investment eventually made it a reality. Now, 3D printers…

3D Bioprinting in Space- Curing Cancer?

Cancer cells grow as a 3D structure in the human body - in an almost spherical shape - but when researchers try to grow cancer…

A New Era for 3D Bioprinting Breakthroughs

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…

CELLINK technology featured at 2017 Stem Cell Symposium

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…

Come meet us at ISSCR booth 106 next week!

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…

Is 3D Bioprinting the Future of Reconstructive Surgery?

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…

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

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…

CELLINK Featured in Roanke Times

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…

Biotech Buzz with Dr. Dennis Douroumis from Univeristy of Greenwich

https://soundcloud.com/cellink/episode-23-interview-with-dr-dennis-douroumis-from-university-of-greenwich

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

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…

Magentic Bioprinting Experiment – In Orbit

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,…

Biotech Buzz with Tao Jiang from McGill: Cancer and 3D Bioprinting

https://soundcloud.com/cellink/episode-22-interview-with-tao-jaing-from-mcgill-university-bioprinting-cancer-models

Frequently Asked Question: Bioprinting a Whole Organ

  By: CELLINK Bioink Officer, Dr. Patrick Thayer   Can bioprinting be used to address the organ list? How can bioprinting be used for organ…

CELLINK Featured in 3D Bioprinting article in South China Morning Post

Transplanting is not the only way to get a new nose, ear, cartilage or bone. Biomaterials churned out with “bio-ink” and a coffee machine-sized 3D…

3D bioprinting – from science fiction to reality?

After over 15 years of research and development in academia and industry, several main applications of 3D bioprinting technology are ready to be realised. In…

A 3D Bioprinted patch has been created to help heal scarred heart tissue post heart attack.

A team of biomedical engineers led by scientists from the University of Minnesota have created a revolutionary 3D-bioprinted patch that can help heal scarred heart…

CELLINK Bioink used to Bioprint Cartilage with Stem Cells Taken from Human Knee

We are always amazed to see our collaborators doing such impressive and innovative work.  One of the biggest challenges within 3D Bioprinting is getting the…

Five Types of Bioinks

A bioink is a hydrogel biomaterial that can be extruded through a printing nozzle or needle into filaments that can maintain shape fidelity after deposition.…

Freshly Printed #2: Engineering New Tissues from Existing Tissues

Author: Dr. Patrick Thayer, CELLINK Bionk Officer   Remember the ghost heart from a few years back? Scientist are using this approach to build new…

3D Bioprinting set to Change The Future of Medicine

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…

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

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,…

CELLINK featured in Global Futurist for 3D Bioprinted Cartilage

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…

CELLINK Featured in The National for Bioprinting

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,…

Top 5 Most Bioprintable Tissues

  Bioprinting is a revolutionary technology for the tissue engineering field with promises to permit the rapid fabrication of tissues and organs. However, not all…

Research center in Australia leads 3D Bioprinting Revolution

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…

MIT Creates a Method of Cellulose Bioprinting

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…

3D Bioprinting is set to change the medical field

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.…

CELLINK featured in Engadget

We are thrilled to see that our collaborators research is being publicized around the world! This is a very exciting time for the world of…

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…

3D bioprinted human cartilage cells to live and grow inside mice

No better way to end the week than to see our technology is being used to change the world.  Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology…

What’s there not to like about 3D Bioprinting?

3D Bioprinting is something that might have appeared in an episode of The Jetsons or The Twilight Zone.  3D Bioprinting is something that seems so…

Utilizing 3D Bioprinting to Develop Organs

3D Bioprinting offers endless possibilities to change the world as we know it today. Utilizing 3D Bioprinting for developing organs is something that will not…

The Endless Possibilities of 3D Bioprinting

Today we were featured on 3D MedNet  about the endless possibilities of 3D Bioprinting. Our Co-founders Erik Gatenholm and Hector Martinez shared their thoughts on…

What could the new future of the FDA mean for Bioprinting?

The FDA has been working with bioprinting as of lately. With a new leader set to take place, what will this mean? Scott Gottlien, a…

Bioprinting paving the way to develop life-saving drugs

A company in Vancuver, Canada is working with 3D Bioprinting to create tissues that pharma companies can use to test new drugs. Watch the video…

5 Tools You Need to Bioprint

Ready to start to 3D Bioprinting? Before you do, take a look at these 5 tools that you need to get the process going: Traditional…

Attention fellow 3D Bioprinting enthusiast- looking for guest bloggers!

Attention fellow 3D Bioprinting enthusiast! As some of you may know, we started a blog section on our website where we post news about bioprinting…

3D Bioprinting Could Save Lives

3D Bioprinting allows for a variety of opportunities to improve our overall physical condition and health. In the article below, read how University of California…

Awesome TEDx: 3D Bioprinting is Medicines Next Frontier

  In an time where new medical technologies are in great demand, don't you think a 3D bioprinter be useful?  TEDx presents  Dr. Sam Wadsworth.…

Robots wearing 3D Bioprinted Skin? Yup. You heard that right.

Alright alright we admit this does sound pretty creepy, 3D Bioprinted skin on a robot sounds like something out of a scifi movie. According to…

Tune into this TEDx to learn about how 3D Bioprinting

Happy Monday everyone! Take a few minutes to enjoy this awesome TEDx on 3d bioprinting with Dr. Aleksander Skardal. Learn how Dr. Skardal and his…

Student-Built 3D Bioprinter Developing Bone-Ligament Adherence Systems

Closing out the week with more good news in the world of bioprinting! Just a couple years back, University of New Mexico Valencia campus introduced…

3D Bioprinting Market Report

Interested in what 2017 has in store for 3D Bioprinting? Check out this market research report for 2017. As we could guess, more exciting times…

Kyoto University in Japan is making headway in 3D Bioprinting

Amazing structures are being printed on a regular basis around the globe. At Kyoto University in Japana, researchers have used 3D bioprinting to develop tubular…

Chinese company 3D Bioprinted Asian Skin

JALA, a Chinese cosmetics company has successfully printed Asian skin using 3D bioprinting technology in order to promote the development of better cosmetic products targeting…

San Diego Researchers Successfully 3D Bioprint Complex Vascularized Tissue

Living tissues rely heavily on vascular networks to transport nutrients, oxygen and metabolic waste. However, there still remains a need for a simple and efficient…

Check out a recent article in 3D Printing on insights into 3D Bioprinting and dentistry

The other week 3D Printing Industry attended the 3D Medical Expo and related conferences. They took a look at some of the insights from the 3D Bioprinting and…

The Co-Founder of CELLINK and Chief Science Officer Dr. Hector Martinez will be speaking at SELECT BIO in Boston next month!

Treating heart disease the modern way: 3D Bioprinting

Cardiovascular disease is the most common cause of death in Ireland, according to the Irish Heart Foundation, responsible for one in three of all deaths.…

Organovo bioprinting human tissue for drug testing and within 6 years for implanting human livers

Our friends at Organovo are making some pretty impressive strides in the field of 3D Bioprinting! Take a look what they have been up to…

CELLINK INKREDIBLE+ 3D Bioprinting

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