News in category: Bioink

CELLINK launches the CELLINK X Bioink Series

CELLINK launches a brand new bioink series, the CELLINK X Series that includes ECM based Bioinks and biomaterials. The new CELLINK X Bioink series will…

Characterisation of hyaluronic acid methylcellulose hydrogels for 3D bioprinting-

Who/What: Nicholas Law and his team Him and his team focused largely on characterizing certain hydrogels for use in 3D Bioprinting as well as the applications…

Mechanical behaviour of alginate-gelatin hydrogels for 3D bioprinting.

Hydrogels comprised of alginate and gelatin have demonstrated potential as biomaterials in three dimensional (3D) bioprinting applications. However, as with all hydrogel-based biomaterials used in…

This Process Builds Organs One Drop at a Time

Printing human organs has been a goal of biomedical engineers and researchers for decades. While it might seem like an improbability, advancements in both 3D…

‘Living ink’ points the way to 3D-printed human organs

Viscosity is a vital but underrated property of everyday substances. Toothpaste wouldn’t work if it dripped through the bristles; it needs to form a pleasing,…

Research at CELLINK: Bioprinting of Cartilage and Skin Tissue Analogs Utilizing a Novel Passive Mixing Unit Technique for Bioink Precellularization

Bioprinting is a powerful technique for the rapid and reproducible fabrication of constructs for tissue engineering applications. In this study, both cartilage and skin analogs…

Our friends at PSU are doing some pretty amazing things with Bioprinting!

It could be from years of pounding or climbing or just advancing age.   Sometimes the knees aren't what they used to be. "People can't really…

Living Human Cartilage Generated Through Bioprinting of Stem Cells with CELLINK tech

Bioprinting of living human cells has gotten a boost with new work out of Sweden that’s generated cartilage tissue by printing stem cells using a 3D bioprinter.…

3D Printing Accident Leads to ‘Tissue Paper’ with Healing Properties

One of the biggest stories in medical 3D printing from the past few months came out of Northwestern University, where researchers 3D printed a working ovary and implanted…

Bioink and 3D Bioprinting: Using CELLINK technology

Printing human tissue and organs! Printing what? What sounds like a science-fiction idea isn’t anything like that. A Nasdaq-listed company is hitting the headlines with their…

Researchers Bioprint Model Layer of the Eye Associated with Blindness

Glaucoma is a common condition affecting approximately 60.5 million people around the globe. As an irregularity in fluid flowing around the eye it clouds the…

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…

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…

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 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…

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…

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

Bioink development and the bioprinting field as a whole is rapidly progressing. Newly developed bioinks exhibit diverse compositions, chemistries, and sourcing ranging from purely synthetic…

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

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…

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…

A new 3D bioink for PolyJet 3D printed pills

You can't bioprint without bioinks can you? The better the bioinks become the better the results will be. At UCLA researchers have recently developed a…

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