• CollPlant 3D Systems bioprinting partnership

    AM giant 3D Systems has announced a joint development partnership with biotech company CollPlant, a developer of proprietary bioink products (rhCollagen) for 3D bioprinting tissues. Working together, the companies will leverage 3D Systems expertise in 3D printing and healthcare applications and CollPlant’s deep knowledge of bioinks to jointly develop tissue…

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  • Aspect Biosystems $20 million funding

    Aspect Biosystems, a Canadian biotech company specializing in microfluidic 3D bioprinting, has raised $20 million (USD) through a Series A investment round. The funding will enable the bioprinting company to accelerate its work by advancing multiple tissue therapeutic programs, expanding its technology platform and growing its team. The $20 million…

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  • Bioprinted ovary

    A group of scientists has achieved a significant milestone in the development of a 3D printed and implantable artificial ovary, which could enable infertile women to become pregnant. For the first time ever, the team has identified and mapped structural proteins within a pig ovary, which will facilitate the development…

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  • amorepacific 3D face mask

    Korean beauty giant Amorepacific will be introducing its customizable 3D printed face mask system at CES 2020 this week. In fact, CES 2020 has named the 3D printed cosmetic product, “IOPE Tailored 3D Mask”, as an Honoree of its 2020 Innovation Awards. The customized 3D printed face mask will become…

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  • Allevi and Lonza, a major Swiss CDMO, have formed a collaboration to bring the elements needed for 3D bioprinting together. Combining Lonza’s primary cells and media with Allevi’s 3D bioprinters and bioink production capabilities will empower researchers with the tools needed for plug-and-play bioprinting. One of the biggest setbacks on…

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  • MIT Innovators Under 35 List

    Every year, a curated selection of young innovators from across research and industry are highlighted in the prestigious “Innovators Under 35 List” published by the MIT Technology Review. The list, which traditionally comprises the top 35 under 35 innovators, recognizes people who are conducting work that has the potential to…

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  • Bioprinted mini livers

    Researchers from the Human Genome and Stem Cell Research Center (HUG-CELL) at the University of São Paulo in Brazil have successfully 3D bioprinted functional mini livers that are capable of producing vital proteins, storing vitamins and secreting bile, among other things. By using bioprinting technology, the researchers were able to…

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  • Made In Space CELLINK bioprinting

    Bioprinting company CELLINK and Made In Space are teaming up to jointly develop bioprinting technology for space. The cooperation will combine CELLINK’s bioprinting technologies and Made In Space’s knowledge of 3D printing in zero-gravity environments. Together, the companies hope to advance the emerging (and exciting) field of bioprinting in space.…

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  • For the first time in the world, Russian scientists from 3D Bioprinting Solutions (3dbio) were able to bioprint bone tissue in space by growing fragments of bone structure in zero-gravity conditions. During experiments on the ISS, tissue samples were made from calcium phosphate ceramics, which were populated with living cells.…

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  • Trachea tissue WFIRM

    A team of scientists from the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) in North Carolina has successfully bioprinted a tracheal tissue construct made of multiple materials that fulfill different functions. The printed tissue—the first of its kind—is made up of smooth muscle and cartilage cells which demonstrate similar properties…

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