News in category: Biotech

Why Drug Testing May Be the Most Important Application of 3D Bioprinting

3D bioprinting is, needless to say, great cause for excitement. Usually, most people’s minds go immediately to one idea: the idea that in the future,…

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.…

UTEP THESIS INVESTIGATES MISSING PIGMENT IN 3D PRINTED SKIN

New research looks at how 3D printed skin can be made from a patients own cells and used as a skin graft or other medical…

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…

Biotech Sector to Drive Advancements in Cancer Treatments

WuXi AppTec has identified smaller, nimble biotech and early stage companies as the single biggest factor behind the next generation of development approaches.   The…

Regenerative Medicine – The Ultimate Growth Industry

Regenerative medicine offers hope to millions of people worldwide and involves some of our most advanced biomedical science… and some apples. Here, Carlisle Baker-Jackson brings…

3D-Printed Blood Vessels Reproduce Patient Clots

Researchers in the Netherlands have now 3D-printed a more accurate blood-vessel model that effectively replicates the formation of a blood clot caused by stenosis defects,…

3D Printing Is Revolutionizing Plastic Surgery

3D printing is revolutionizing facial reconstruction. Creating an exact replica of a patients face, surgeons are able to create replacement pieces that are an exact…

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 printing.   Materials scientist…

Researchers Evaluate the Value of 3D Bioprinting to Create in Vitro Cancer Cells

Belgian researchers have evaluated the use of 3D bioprinting to create in vitro cancers cells that can properly represent the in vivo cell biology. With the view that the…

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…

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 bioprinting that can engineer blood vessels in extracted teeth.   The findings are…

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…

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…

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…

3-D Printed Ovary Allows Infertile Mouse to Mate and Give Birth

The 3-D printed bioprosthetic ovary, as it's termed, is "the holy grail of bioengineering for regenerative medicine," said Teresa K. Woodruff, a reproductive scientist and…

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

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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…

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…

Organ-on-a-Chip: FDA’s Tech Bet

Who might have thought that one day the function of an entire organ can be packed into a miniature chip? The human intelligence is transcending…

3D Bioprinting Set to Change the Future of Medicine

Well we already knew this didn't we? 3D bioprinting is going to change the future of medicine in a way we never thought possible. Researchers…

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,…

New Episode of Biotech Buzz with Dr. Jiang He from Forbes 30 under 30

Postdoctoral fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology   Jiang grew up in China, as a farmer in a village with no cars, electricity, or running water.…

Did You Know It Was Possible to Grow Human Tissues on Apples?

Human tissues and apple? Do those two go hand and hand? One researcher's objective was to study the behavior of cells while the physical surroundings…

Biotech Buzz is about more than Bioprinting! Tune in today to hear RegMedNet editor Freya Leask

Freya joined Future Science Group in December 2016 and, as Editor and Community Manager for RegMedNet and 3DMedNet, is responsible for curating the latest news…

At CELLINK we care about more than Bioprinting! Check out our Biotech Podcast! New Episode of Biotech Buzz with Perlara Senior Scientist Dr. Nina DiPrimio

Perlara was originally founded as Perlstein Lab, PBC in February 2014. Perlara, PBC is a biotech startup and Public Benefit Corporation based in the Bay Area…