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Name: Caitlyn Moore Occupation: PhD Candidate Institution: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School   What are you currently using CELLINK technology for? I work in a…

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Name: Dr. David Mills Occupation: Professor of Biological Sciences Institution: Louisana Tech University   1.What are you currently using CELLINK technology for? We are focused…

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Name: Charlotte Illsley Occupation: PhD Student Institution: University of Plymouth   What are you currently using CELLINK technology for? (Please specify what you are using)  …

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Name: Casper van der Ven Occupation: PhD Fellow Institution: UMC Utrecht   What are you currently using CELLINK technology for?   We have used the INKREDIBLE+ to develop…

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  Name: Mohammad Alhazmi Occupation: Final Year Medicine Student Institution: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland   1. What are you currently using CELLINK technology…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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When it comes to surgery, Ganim said, good planning can be the difference between life and death. And that makes getting an accurate picture of…

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The advances being made in bioprinting and tissue engineering mean that even the most severe injuries have a chance at being repaired. Loss of bone…

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Researchers in Russia, Latvia and the US have developed a scaffold-, label- and nozzle-free technology that can fabricate complex human tissue and organs within just…

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The promise of printing human organs began in 1983 when Charles Hull invented stereolithography. This special type of printing relied on a laser to solidify a…

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