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Dimension Inx biomaterials for 3D printing now available through Allevi

Dimension Inx will be further distributing its advanced, electrically conductive and bioactive 3D-Graphene 3D-Paint through Allevi Inc., who will be providing the material to its customers in easy-to-use kits readily compatible with Allevi bioprinting hardware. This announcement follows closely behind the recent announcement that Allevi is also selling Dimension Inx’s …

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CELLINK releases 7 new bioinks, 3 new kits working to enable bioprinting of vascularized skin

The new materials and kits released by CELLINK, the rapidly growing bioink and bioprinter manufacturer, aim to standardize GelMA and enable the bioprinting of multifaceted vascularized constructs such as skin. These 7 new bioinks and 3 new kits will enable scientists to easily build 3D constructs that contain greater complexity than …

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Johnson & Johnson and AMBER Set Up Bioprinting Lab to Transform Healthcare Delivery

AMBER, the Science Foundation Ireland-funded materials science institute headquartered at Trinity College Dublin, today announced a new strategic collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc. to establish a collaborative laboratory focused on 3D bioprinting. Through the collaboration, AMBER and the Johnson & Johnson 3D Printing Center of Excellence will establish …

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IIT Researchers 3D Print First Hybrid Nanotech Device Mimicking Blood-Brain Barrier

  Researchers at IIT-Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia fabricated an artificial device reproducing a 1:1 scale model of the blood-brain barrier (BBB), the anatomical and functional structure that protects the central nervous system from external substances, such as contaminants, but also drugs when they are injected intravenously into the body. The …

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Spain’s BRECA Health Care Validates 3D Printing for Pediatric Neurosurgery Reconstruction

Advancements in the medical field have shown that 3D printing can be proficiently applied to many added value clinical applications. These include planning of a complex reconstruction in neurosurgery or improving the accuracy of custom-made implants for orthopedic reconstructions. The use of 3D printed surgical guides can reduce the time …

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CELLINK Opens New Japan Office at Kyoto University

The new office at Kyoto University’s Innovation Hub Kyoto will serve as a base for research, as well as facilitating relationships with collaborators in Asia. Due to the high demand of CELLINK technology and its rapid partnership growth within Asia, CELLINK has decided to further establish themselves in the Asian …

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Poietis Launches Poieskin, the First Commercial Tissue Model Manufactured by Bioprinting

Poietis, a leading bioprinting company, is commercially launching Poieskin, its first bioprinted skin model. The announcement was made by Dr. Fabien Guillemot, President and Scientific Director of Poietis, at the Additive Manufacturing Strategies Conference in Washington, DC; USA, where he participated with a panel of experts at a round table discussion on …

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