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Poietis and Prometheus collaborate on 3D bioprinting for cost-effective skeletal regeneration

Poietis, a leading French bioprinting company and Prometheus, the Division of Skeletal Tissue Engineering at KU Leuven, entered into a 2-years Collaborative Research Agreement focused on high-precision 3D Bioprinting of tissue engineered Advanced Therapeutic Medicinal Products (ATMPs) for skeletal regeneration. Prometheus focuses on the bench-to-bedside clinical translation of increasingly sophisticated, …

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Microplate bioprinting platform could help combat age-related degenerative muscle diseases

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With increasing life expectancies across much of the globe, the need for medication and treatments for age-related degenerative muscle and tendon diseases is growing. And though much research is being done on that front, medical scientists have faced consistent challenges in developing effective drugs for muscle degeneration. Fortunately, a team …

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Lets get real: what can we bioprint? (and what is just media hype?)

Inaccurate reports on bioprinting functional organs run the risk of raising false expectations within the public, with the inevitable “let downs” that follow. These are made even more intense by the “life and death” nature of some organ transplants. Yet, bioprinting is opening up some truly amazing possibilities in the …

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Sugar and slice: 3D printed free-form isomalt has applications in bioengineering, microfluidic devices

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While we often talk about bioinks and hydrogel materials for 3D bioprinting applications, a group of engineers from the University of Illinois have developed a new (and sweet!) material and 3D printer system which could have important applications in biomedical engineering, cancer research and device manufacturing. Using an isomalt-based material …

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UCLA engineer develops multi-material 3D bioprinter for complex artificial tissues

A UCLA bioengineer has developed a technique that uses a specially adapted 3D printer to build therapeutic biomaterials from multiple materials. The advance could be a step toward on-demand printing of complex artificial tissues for use in transplants and other surgeries. “Tissues are wonderfully complex structures, so to engineer artificial versions …

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Allevi to offer carbohydrate glass for use with Organ-on-a-chip kit

Low-cost bioprinter manufacturer Allevi is introducing Carbohydrate Glass materials from startup Volumetric for the company’s new 3D Organ-on-a-chip Kit. Carbohydrate Glass is an incredible sacrificial material that has excellent printability and makes high-resolution microchannels. Published in Nature Materials, Carbohydrate Glass is considered a game-changer for some bioprinting applications. Organ-on-a-chip technology, developed by the …

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Lab-on-a-Printer developer Aspect Biosystems receives $1M investment from Genome BC

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Canadian biotechnology company Aspect Biosystems has received a $1 million investment from  Genome BC, a Vancouver-based non-profit dedicated to genomics innovation. The funding will go towards advancing and further commercializing Aspect Biosystems’ 3D bioprinting and tissue engineering platform. Since its founding in 2013, privately held Aspect Biosystems has been a …

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