HEALTH & MEDICINE

Rapid 3D printing method moves toward 3D-printed organs

Health & medicine

Rapid 3D printing method moves toward 3D-printed organs


Engineers at the University of Buffalo claim progress toward manufacturing 3D-printed human tissues and organs, a biotechnology that could save countless lives lost due to shortage of donor organs ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Bioprinting
3D-printed bioresorbable airway stent

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3D-printed bioresorbable airway stent


A team of researchers at ETH Zurich is using 3D printing to produce a new type of bioresorbable airway stent, which could greatly simplify the future treatment of upper airway obstruction. ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Bioprinting BRAND: Escuela Técnica de Zúrich
Novel inks for 3D printing ´bones´ with living cells

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Novel inks for 3D printing ´bones´ with living cells


3D printers could soon become a permanent fixture in operating rooms after scientists at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney, Australia demonstrated that they could print bone-like structures containing living cells. ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Bioprinting BRAND: UNSW
Nexa3D and Keystone Industries Join Forces to Deliver 3D Printing Solutions for the Dental Industry

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Nexa3D and Keystone Industries Join Forces to Deliver 3D Printing Solutions for the Dental Industry


Under this agreement, both companies will combine their extensive dental, photopolymer and 3D printing capabilities to deliver the highest productivity, precision and performance 3D printing solutions to the dental market. ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: odontology BRAND: Nexa3D
A biological tissue instrumental gel with 3D bioprinting

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A biological tissue instrumental gel with 3D bioprinting


Researchers at the Penn State University create a bioprinted gel to replace bone, cartilage and other tissues.   ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Bioprinting
Bioprinted mini kidneys for transplantation and therapy

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Bioprinted mini kidneys for transplantation and therapy


Researchers have used cutting-edge technology to bioprint miniature human kidneys in the lab, paving the way for new treatments for kidney failure and possibly lab-grown transplants. Furthermore, 3D bioprinting could now create around 200 mini kidneys in 10 minutes without compromising on quality. ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Bioprinting
Organ Bioprinting - Realistic Tool for Surgeons

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Organ Bioprinting - Realistic Tool for Surgeons


Researchers from the American Chemical Society (ACS), the world's largest scientific society, have found a way to 3D print a full-size realistic model of a patient's heart.     ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Bioprinting
Medical training increasingly dependent on 3D printing

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Medical training increasingly dependent on 3D printing


3D-printed anatomical models replicate biomechanics of human anatomy to help improve training, transform surgical planning and bring new medical innovations to market faster ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: health prototypes BRAND: Stratasys
Henkel and Keystone collaborate for 3D printing solutions in the dental industry

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Henkel and Keystone collaborate for 3D printing solutions in the dental industry


Henkel and Keystone Industries have announced a collaboration between the companies for additive manufacturing solutions in the dental industry. The collaboration will enable Henkel to add dental applications to its 3D printing portfolio, one of the first markets that has moved past prototyping into the commercialization of resins for final parts. By partnering with a globally leading materials provider like Henkel, Keystone aims to further scale its successful business in the industry. ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: odontology BRAND: Henkel
New discovery allows 3D printing of sensors directly on expanding organs

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New discovery allows 3D printing of sensors directly on expanding organs


A new technique developed by University of Minnesota researchers allows 3D printing of hydrogel-based sensors directly on organs, like the lungs, that change shape or distort due to expanding and contracting. Credit: McAlpine Research Group, University of Minnesota ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Medical advances





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