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A new study showed that 3D-printing a spinal cord implant, shown here, restored movement in injured rats. FOR DOCTORS AND medical researchers…

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Researchers from Harvard University’s John A Paulsen School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) in Massachusetts, have created an acoustophoretic 3D printing technique which uses…

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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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A new artificial organ gives a new meaning to the phrase “making eyes.”   For the first time, researchers used human cells to build a…

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Singapore is facing a greyer future, with its accompanying health woes.   Three in five people will have contracted cancer by the time they reach…

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Emerging technologies of today are the industries of tomorrow. For those of you trying to take advantage of the next wave of economic growth, doubling…

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A new printing technology called 3D bioprinting promises to revolutionize virtually every aspect of modern life and, perhaps, even transform life itself. 3D printing -- sometimes called "additive…

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Among the many marvels happening in modern medical research is the addition of additive technologies. Doctors have been particularly keen on developing orthopaedic solutions. Why…

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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,…

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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.…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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

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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…

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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,…

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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…

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

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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

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

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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,…

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

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

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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,…

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

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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…

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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…

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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…

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