Personalized Medicine

3D printed insoles could improve foot health for diabetes patients

A team of scientists are developing a new type of customized 3D printed insole that can benefit diabetes patients suffering…

3 weeks ago

3DBio scales up spheroid bioprinting to accelerate research on anti-COVID-19 drugs

To accelerate the transition from preclinical studies with laboratory animals to clinical studies with humans, specialists at the biotechnological research…

1 month ago

Australia’s Lab22 3D prints first customizable stent from nitinol

Lab22, Australia’s center for innovation in metal additive manufacturing, has assisted in the development of the world’s first customized 3D…

2 months ago

FabRx launches M3DIMAKER 3D printer for personalized medicine

FabRx Ltd., a biotech spin-out from University College London (UCL) in the UK, has announced the availability of its M3DIMAKER…

3 months ago

Merck and EOS sister company AMCM partner to 3D print tablets

Pharmaceutical company Merck and German custom additive manufacturing specialist AMCM (sister company of EOS) have announced a collaboration through which…

5 months ago

How medical companies use AM for production today, part 13: Boston Scientific

Welcome to this month’s AM Focus Medical. For the entire month of February, we are going to zoom in on…

5 months ago

How medical companies use AM for production today, part 9: GE Healthcare

For our AM Focus Medical this month we continue to zoom in on the many possibilities that additive manufacturing is offering…

5 months ago

How medical device companies use AM for production today part 7: FabRx

Welcome to this month’s AM Focus: Medical. For the entire month of February, we are going to zoom in on the many…

5 months ago

UCL researchers discover limitation in 3D printing pills

This month, we’re honing in on the intersecting medical and additive manufacturing industries. Primarily, we’re looking at how AM applications…

5 months ago

NFL awards Protect3d $50K for customized 3D printed protective devices

Protect3d, a North Carolina-based startup specializing in customized medical devices for athletes, has been awarded $50,000 by the National Football…

5 months ago