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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 polymer material extruded from a nozzle. The instructions for the design came from an engineer, who would define the 3-D shape of an object in computer-aided design (CAD) software and...

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3dprint

Plenty of research has been completed regarding the different materials we use to create biomedical parts. Many innovative bioinks – biomaterials loaded with cells to 3D print biological structures – have been developed for 3D bioprinting purposes, from materials like stem cells, gelatin hydrogels, and even sugarcane waste. 3D bioprinting itself is changing the field of medicine as we know it, because...

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Engineering

Space may be the final frontier, but to boldly go where no one has gone before will require the development of new technology that allows humans to travel farther into deep space. One such technology may be bioprinting, given its potential to 3D print critical tissues for treatment in a place that’s far from any hospital....

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Engineering

The report is available here http://cellink.com/investor-relations/. This press release presents a summary of the report. First 9 months, September 1st, 2017 – May 31st, 2018 Operating revenues amounted to 39,724 kSEK (12,750 kSEK), an increase of 212% against the previous fiscal year Net sales of 28,656 kSEK (SEK 8 465 thousand), an increase of 239% against...

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21stcentech

July 8, 2018 – Bioprinting tissue is literally a growth industry. In 3D-printing laboratories across the globe researchers are making human skin, retinas, blood vessels, bronchi, heart valves, and other vital body parts. As bioprinting companies and university laboratories announce the capability of the technology to build organs we are moving quickly towards a point...

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21stcentech

3D bioprinting might be the response for worldwide organ shortages, as well as to the increasing reluctance to test new cosmetic, chemical, and pharmaceutical products on animals. Do you believe that organs grown in laboratories only exist in sci-fi screenwriters’ heads? Do you think that 3D printing is only used for manufacturing phone cases and...

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21stcentech

Name: Sophy Fu Location: Gothenburg, Sweden Position: Marketing Specialist Hey, Bioprinting community! I’m Sophy,  I’m the marketing specialist in charge of the Asia market at Cellink. I have two master’s degrees in both international marketing and applied psychology. Before joining Cellink, I worked in the medical device industry and engaged in clinical marketing of angiography systems. In my...

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Beat 10 talk

3D printing is one of the most revolutionary technologies of the 21st century. Giving everyone from engineers and doctors to DIY enthusiasts and small business owners the ability to transform virtual ideas into physical objects, it promises to change life as we know it. If you don’t know your laser sintering from your Shapeways or...

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3D Printing Industry

The next phase of a NASA sponsored mission to 3D print human organs and tissues in space will launch in February 2019. A 3D BioFabrication Facility (BFF) developed by nScrypt and Techshot and destined for the International Space Station (ISS) will form part of the cargo of SpaceX CRS-17. 3D printing in zero gravity nScrypt is based in...

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