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nanowerk

The use of 3D bioprinters to produce replacement human tissue is one of the most exciting developments in medical science. Now, researchers at the University of Huddersfield have made a breakthrough that could expand the scope and use of the technology. There is potential for clinics to carry out MRI scans on a patient and...

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nanowerk

Name: Johan S. Lövgren   Position: Project Manager at CELLINK   Bio: Prior to joining CELLINK as a project manager with a focus on development, Johan was employed by ÅF as a consultant/developer and served in the Swedish military. During his military service he was a negotiator for the United Nations.  Johan’s driven and hard...

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Imodi

Launched in 2018, 3D-OncoCHIP is a regional partnership using modern 3D printing methods to provide cancer research with increasingly advanced tools. By reducing development costs and stimulating the emergence of new treatments, CTIBiotech contributes to the dynamism of oncology research to help an increasing number of patients. Affecting 3 million people in France, cancer has...

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c2

Are you going to C2 in Montreal?   See what they had to say about our CEO!   “At the push of a button, Erik Gatenholm can 3D-print you a human nose. The 28-year-old biotech entrepreneur is the CEO of CELLINK, the first bioink company in the world to lead the way for printing human...

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3ders

Researchers in Japan have used a 3D bioprinted cellular patch to repair damaged human diaphragms attached to rats, seeing “complete tissue integration” of the printed grafts after a period of time. The exciting bioprinting research paves the way for a clinical trial.   While scientific experiments on rats can be a little hard to stomach,...

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3ders

In 2013, European Union banned the use of animals for testing of new cosmetic products. The search for an alternative led to the advent of 3D bioprinting. A cost effective, ethical alternative to the cosmetic industry is the invent of 3D skin tissue. A Bangalore-based startup, Next Big Innovation Lab, set up by four young...

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3ders

Name: Dr. Angela Panoskaltsis-Mortari   School: University of Minnesota   Bio: Angela Panoskaltsis-Mortari, PhD is the director of the UMN 3D Bioprinting Facility. She is a Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Blood and Marrow Transplantation and the Division of Pulmonary Medicine. She also is a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care...

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