Biomaterials

  • NatureWorks' Ingeo biobased polymer for 3D printing. From plants, to rings of lactide, to printing filament through polymerization.

    How NatureWorks’ Ingeo biobased polymer changed 3D printing forever

    When NatureWorks first had the idea, in 1989, to turn greenhouse gases, like carbon dioxide, into performance materials, the company looked to plants and nature for inspiration. The result, after deep thinking and innovation, was Ingeo – a polymer now found in products such as coffee capsules, diapers, cups, yogurt…

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  • Braskem releases EVA based sustainable 3D printing filaments

    Braskem, the largest polyolefins producer in the Americas, as well as a market leader and pioneer producer of biopolymers on an industrial scale, released three new sustainable 3D printing filament product offerings for the additive manufacturing market. These first of their kind products include 3D printing filaments produced from bio-based…

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  • Formlabs introduces new BioMed Black Resin and BioMed White Resin

    Formlabs introduced the new BioMed Black Resin and BioMed White Resin, two highly opaque medical-grade materials targeted for use in biocompatible applications. After years of research and feedback from customers, the Formlabs materials team developed two new resins to underscore Formlabs’ commitment to medical innovation and advancing additive manufacturing in…

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  • Aspect Biosystems and JDRF partner to treat type 1 diabetes. Developing a bioengineered tissue therapeutic - providing insulin independence.

    Aspect Biosystems and JDRF partner to treat type 1 diabetes

    Aspect Biosystems, a biotechnology company developing bioengineered tissue therapeutics to transform how we treat disease, is set to partner with JDRF, a leading global type 1 diabetes (T1D) research and advocacy organization. JDRF’s mission is to accelerate life-changing breakthroughs to cure, prevent, and treat T1D and its complications. To accomplish…

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  • Ouro Foods targets biofabrication of customizable protein

    Ouro Foods is researching advanced 4D tissue engineering technologies to biofabricate plant- and cell-based food for health applications. Led by Chief Executive Officer Dr. Elizabeth Bennett, Chief Technology Officer Dr. Hakan Gurbuz, and Chief Culinary Officer Craig Dewar (professional chef), the company’s vision is to create a new, customizable protein…

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  • Prellis Biologics to collaborate with Sanofi. Focusing on the discovery of antibodies using Prellis’ EXIS antibody discovery platform.

    Prellis Biologics to provide human lymph node organoids for research

    Prellis Biologics Inc., a biotherapeutics company with human tissue engineering capabilities, has entered into a collaboration and license option agreement with Sanofi S.A., an innovative global healthcare company. The collaboration will focus on the discovery of antibodies with Prellis’ first-in-class external human immune system (EXIS), and leverages Prellis’ ability to…

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  • UBC scientists discover how to 3D print testicular cells. The researchers identified promising early signs of sperm-producing capabilities.

    UBC scientists discover how to 3D print testicular cells

    Remember when, in 2017, scientists 3D printed an artificial ovary and implanted it into a sterile mouse, which later gave birth to healthy pups? Now, science has gone one step further by 3D printing testicular cells – showing promising early signs of sperm-producing capabilities. Researchers from The University of British…

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  • Zero-waste meets 3D printing in wheat bran-based filament

    GREENFILL3D, a Polish start-up operating at the intersection of ecological, biodegradable materials and 3D printing, introduced a unique filament based on wheat bran – GF3D Branfill3d. The material was created in accordance with modern concepts such as zero-waste and circular economy: wheat bran is waste resulting from the production of…

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  • Rousselot’s ultra-pure GMP-grade2 gelatins outperform standard ones

    Rousselot, Darling Ingredients’ health brand and expert of collagen-based solutions, revealed the results of a new study which demonstrates that Rousselot’s ultra-pure GMP-grade gelatins outperformed standard non-endotoxin purified research-grade gelatins and other coating materials in 2D cell culture. Data demonstrate that endotoxin (lipopolysaccharide, LPS) levels and the nature of biomaterials…

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  • Arkema to build a new bio-based polyamide 11 powders plant in China

    In parallel with its major project to increase the global capacity of bio-based polyamide 11 by 50% in Singapore, Arkema began work on the construction of a polyamide 11 powders plant on its Changshu platform in China, scheduled to come on stream in the first quarter of 2023. This investment…

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