CELLINK partners with CTI BIOTECH for 3D bioprinted cancer research

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Swedish 3D bioprinter provider CELLINK has released details of a partnership with French regenerative medicine research and development company CTI BIOTECH. A fully licensed human tissue biobank, CTI BIOTECH is using CELLINK 3D bioprinters to create tumorous tissue models in-lab, and investigate new therapies for patients with cancer. Professor Colin McGuckin, Founder of CTI BIOTECH, said, […].

Biotech Buzz: CELLINK Launches Podcast Featuring Industry Leaders


CELLINK, the first bioink company in the world, announced the launch of their new podcast – Biotech Buzz. Here you can get the latest scoop on the world of biotech. 3D Printing Business Science & Technology Sponsored 3d printing interviews Ariel Kramer AstraZeneca Biotech Buzz cellink interview nasdaq podcast SoundCloudCELLINK’s Chief. View the entire article via our website.

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Netherlands Silicon Valley biotech exhibit has 3D printing focus

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Art & Sculpture bodyTop BAD Award bio art Bio Tech and Design Award biology biotech BS&T Design Dynamorphosis Eindhoven Lilian van Daal lungs microfludics MU Plastic Reflective Roos Meerman Strijp S Tarah Rodah Thijs BierstekerAfter visiting the 3D Medical Expo in Maastricht last week, this journalist made her way to Eindhoven's Strijp S – The Netherlands’ equivalent of Silicon.

BASF and CTI Biotech develop functional skin gland models with 3D bioprinting

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BASF Care Creations, a department of chemical company BASF, has demonstrated the findings from joint research with CTI Biotech into 3D tissue models of human sebaceous glands. Medical & Dental basf CELLINK Colin McGuckin CTI BIOTECH Nico Forraz NYSCC Cosmetic Congress Poietis Sabine Pain

Aspect Biosystems is Creating Opportunities in Biotech


In the coming decade, the 3D bioprinting community could witness some of the most important technology advancements we have ever seen. Researchers, laboratories, universities, companies and the young. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printers 3D Printing Bioprinting Featured Stories 3d bioprint funding 3d printed human tissue 3d printed organs Aspect Biosystems Canada lab-on-a-printer microfluidic devices seed funding university of british columbia

HCx3DP MeetUp in NYC Features Medical Devices & BioTech

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Next week HCx3DP – a group of New Yorkers exploring the intersection of HealthCare and 3D Printing – will hold a live meet up wth a roundtable featuring medical devices and biotech. Speakers include: Sarah Boisvert: Co-Founder and Chief 3D Printing Officer of Potomac Photonics , a digital fabrication service provider with particular emphasis in the Medical Device and BioTech industries.

Texas Biotech Startup SiMMo3D Launches 3D Printed Organ Models, Announces $20K in Seed Funding


Biotech startup SiMMo3D was just founded in 2016 and formally launched this week, and is dedicated to the education of medical students, continued surgical training, and biomedical research. 3D Printing Business Medical 3D Printing 3d printed biotech 3d printed medical models 3d printed organ models 3d printing medical models 3d printing startup biomedical incubator seed funding SiMMo3D startup Teaching Tissues Temple Health and Bioscience District texas THBD

New leadership for biotechnology company regenHU


3D Printing Bioprinting Business 3d printed biotech 3D printing in pharmaceuticals Bioprinting companies CEO Nivalis Group regenerative medicine bioprinting regenHU switzerlandIn his 19-year career as a strategic business manager, Simon MacKenzie has come to be identified by his efforts to generate collaborative alliances in biotechnology. His most recent crusade. View the entire article via our website.

CELLINK in France: Expanding Their Portfolio in 2020


3D Printers 3D Printing Bioprinting Exclusive Interviews 3D microtumors cellink CELLINK BIO X Cellink Inkredible+ CTI Biotech Edouard Zorn france IMODI interview Lyon Silk Fusion ProjectSeeking to strengthen their presence in Europe, 3D bioprinter provider and pioneer bioink company CELLINK, opened their new offices in Lyon, France, last October. Begining new partnerships and. View the entire article via our website.

Cellink Turns to 3D Printing Tumors to Combat Cancer


It may seem counterintuitive, but the Swedish biotech company Cellink is actually fabricating tumors in an effort to combat cancer. 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing Science & Technology 3d bioprinting 3d printed organs 3d printing sweden animal testing bioprint bioprinter bioprinting bioprinting ethics business insider nordic cancer research cellink CTI Biotech erik gatenholm hector martinez avila medical ethics sweden

Biotech Startup Pandorum Technologies Creates India’s First 3D Printed Artificial Human Liver Tissue


When it comes to major medical breakthroughs, it’s easy to assume that the newest treatments will come from the biggest names in the medical industry. After all, it’s the. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Health 3D Printing 3d bioprinting 3d printed liver tissue 3d printed tissue Pandorum Technologies

CELLINK awarded $1M in EU funding to develop 3D bioprinter ink

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Medical & Dental 3D Bioprinting Academic Center for Dentistry Amsterdam ACTA bioink CELLINK CTI BIOTECH EU Eurostars FUNC-BIOINK Horizon 2020Swedish 3D bioprinting firm CELLINK and the Academic Center for Dentistry Amsterdam (ACTA) have been awarded the equivalent of over $1 million USD (SEK 10 million) for a materials development project. Scheduled to run for three years, the funding was awarded by the European Union, with 50% of costs to be delivered by Horizon 2020 […].

BiOspace gives UK startups access to cutting-edge biotechnology

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Medical & Dental BiOspace biotech biotechnology Bright Building LIG Biowise LIG Technologies Lucid Lucid Innovation Manchester Science Park Manchester Science Partnerships medtech open access open access laboratory Protein Technologies Limited Thomas RennThe city of Manchester in the UK has opened the doors on BiOspace, the area’s first open access laboratory.

3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week — October 8, 2016


Featured Stories “3D Printing Opportunities for Startups” 3d printed biotech 3d printed drone 3d printed rhino horn 3d printed rhino horns 3d printing automotive 3d printing investment artificial intelligence Aston Martin Campus Warsaw Cubic Inch da vinci jr. In this week’s fresh edition of “The Stories We Missed This Week”, we see a number of prominent companies getting involved with 3D printing, from automotive to the toy industry. For starters, the.

Cellink Teams with Lonza to Advance Bioprinting Cell Cultures


For over four years biotech company Cellink has been helping researchers pursue creative ways to promote organ regeneration, test novel drugs, develop vascularized bioconstructs, and more.

ITRI Develops 3D Printed Bionic Chinese Skin as Region-Specific Animal Testing Alternative


3D Printing 3D Printing Materials Medical 3D Printing 3d print skin 3d printed biotech 3d printed skin 3d printed synthetic skin animal testing bionic skin biotechnology cosmetics EPITRI EU european union itri skin cells taiwan Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research InstituteWhile 3D printed skin is certainly helpful in terms of helping burn victims, it can also be used as a much less controversial alternative to animal testing. The JALA Group, a leading Chinese.

Regemat3D Launches its New Bioreactors for Maturing Tissues


One of Spain’s leading biotech companies, Regemat3D, has been developing custom biofabrication systems and regenerative medicine solutions since 2011 to fulfill unique research requirements and.

3D Printing News Briefs: February 20, 2018


We’ve got a lot of business news to catch you up on in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, starting with an acquisition and a new agreement. 3D printing software provider Beamler has. View the entire article via our website.

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — March 12


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3D bioprinting Pioneer Organovo Announce 2016 financial results

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For every star performing biotech, life sciences or innovative 3D printing company there are another 9 where investors would have been better off keeping their.

3D interconnection technology for future wearable bioelectronics

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The wearable biotech industry has recently revealed its insatiable hunger for futuristic items. Pain relief goggles that monitor brain waves, vital sign monitoring stickers, and even mind reading glasses

Inhabitat’s Biodesign Competition calls for ideas for regenerative buildings

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Inhabitat is calling on all forward-thinking designers, architects and biotech enthusiasts to join their latest competition. Entrants are being asked to submit designs that contribute to a. Makers biodesign bioprinting biotechnology design competition Inhabitat XPrize

Allevi and Lonza: A New Partnership Combines Bioprinting Technology with Cell Culture


For six years Philadelphia-based biotech company Allevi has been helping researchers pursue creative ways of curing disease, testing novel drugs, and in the long-term, eliminating the organ waiting. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Bioprinting 3D cell culture Allevi bioinks bioprinters biotechnology Lonza partnership stem cells

3D Printed Synthetic Rhino Horns Hope to Stop Poachers in Their Tracks

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Now, a biotech company hopes to use 3D printing to stop poachers in their tracks. Rhinos are being hunted into the extinction by poachers eager to cash in on the illegal rhino horn trade. Pembient, a California based company, has figured out how to use keratin and rhino DNA to bioprint rhino horns that look like the real thing. The plan is to flood the Chinese market with the synthetic horns, driving the prices down and knock poachers out of business. “We

Akili Labs makes medical field testing ten times cheaper using 3D printing

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South African biotech startup Akili Labs has developed FieldLab, an accurate, affordable and portable 3D printed diagnostics lab that can cost as little as $1,500, or one-tenth of similar equipment. The FieldLab was created by Akili Labs co-founders and Rhodes University Biotechnology Innovation Centre (RUBIC) graduate students Charles Faul and Lucas Lotter. Their aim is […].

3D Printing Service, anyone?

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There have been a lot of organizations, from the aviation, dental, biotech, automotive, to the food technology industries and others that are already testing […].

Accelerating Market Opportunity in a Global Landscape

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Pharmaceutical and biotech companies strive to deliver the best medicines and therapies to their patients, but are faced with numerous industry challenges including increasing competition, globalization, lower margins and patent expiration.

3D Systems and Organovo take the Spotlight at MedTech Entrepreneur Summit

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The invitation-only Entrepreneur Summit held last month at the Harley Davidson Museum was a forum for Medtech, Pharma and Biotech industry professionals to network, hear about new technology and consider new ways of doing business.… By Scott J Grunewald.

Why did Dassault Systèmes aquire Medidata?

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Current 3DS customers in pharma and biotech segments can benefit from Medidata’s market-leading offering for clinical trial management and analytics. We recently closed our company’s biggest-ever acquisition: Medidata.

Inside 3D Printing Expands to Entire 3D Printing Week in New York City

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I’ll be speaking about Potomac’s work in microfabrication for medical devices and biotech incorporating 3D Printing with UV laser micromachining. The popular Inside 3D Printing show that travels the world bringing thought leaders in the 3D Printing space to share the latest and greatest with enthusiasts via lectures, keynotes, an expo and demonstrations has expanded in New York City to an entire 3D Printing Week.

The International Conference on Harmonisation’s Planned Drug Manufacturing Guideline: What Do Pharma Manufacturers Need To Know?

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Adoption of ICH Q12 will benefit patients, pharmaceutical/ biotech companies, and regulators through continual improvement of post approval processes.

The Advancement Of 3D Printing And Its Impact On…

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3D Printing Emergence in BioTech. One industry that’s testing the waters with 3D printing and seeing major benefits is the biotech industry. Researchers in the biotech industry and associated universities are now using 3D printing to repair damaged tissue and to extend human capabilities with bionic body parts. Biotech involves some of the most strenuous requirements (living, functional products).

Analysts predict 3D printing market to grow to $7 billion by 2025

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The IDTechEx research report, Applications of 3D Printing 2014-2024 gives the full picture, including aerospace and biotech.Established users of 3D printing, such as the aerospace and automotive industries, will continue to expand their use of 3D printing for prototyping and tooling.

PrintSpace3D at Pittsburgh Maker Faire


Hey Pennsylvania! Come and check out our Altair 3D printer at the Pittsburgh Maker faire this week! DATES & LOCATION: Date : October 15 & 16th, 10-6pm.

BioBots Is A 3D Printer For Living Cells

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biotech startup BioBots sits at the intersection between computer science and chemistry. Our idea was we can use the same approaches that were used in the maker movement to build smaller and cheaper devices in biotech,” says Cabrera.

A New 3D Printer Nozzle for Chocolate?


Philadelphia-based SunP Biotech is the home for CEO Dr. Wei Sun, who has invented multiple bioprinting techniques. It is this nozzle that SunP Biotech wishes to adapt for chocolate 3D printing.

Science in the Age of Experience: Science in Life

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Science for Better Living. The definition of biosphere is quite broad in its entirety and pretty daunting. The earth’s biosphere is the ecosystem comprising the entire earth—its crust, waters, atmosphere and the living organisms that inhabit it—that supports life.

Global Precision Medicine Market is Expected to Reach $216.75 billion by 2028

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As it has successfully managed to bring together its different segments such as pharmaceutical & biotech, diagnostics, healthcare IT companies, care providers, hospitals, physicians and patients.

The logic of biologics

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Here’s a biotech company that makes biotech drugs, and even though they have a robust pipeline, they’re also making biosimilars,” says Ms. Written by Catherine Bolgar, in association with WSJ custom studios.

Cellink and CTI Biotech sign deal to 3D print customized cancer cells


In exciting news from the biomedical industry, Swedish bioprinting company Cellink has joined forces with CTI Biotech, a medical tech firm based in Lyon, France, that focuses in cancer treatment via tissue production.

UK biotech firm FabRx turns to SLS 3D printing for Printlet drug tablets


FabRx, a biotech company based in London, is using additive manufacturing to develop 3D printed medicine tablets called “Printlets.” The company is relying on selective laser sintering technology developed by Swiss additive company Sintratec. 3D Printing Application

Monkeys undergo successful 3D printed blood vessel transplant in major stem cell biotech breakthrough


Scientists in China have announced a breakthrough in stem cell biotechnology after their 3D bioprinted stem cell grafts implanted in monkeys were able to promote vascular tissue regeneration. Merging of the 3D printed blood vessels with the organic aorta took just seven days.

Soon, artificial human organs may be used to personalize drug prescriptions

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By: Quartz creative services. A team in Luxembourg has developed a machine that can mimic the physical and biological conditions inside your digestive system. Just add a pinch of your personal microbiome and watch how your body would react to certain foods or drugs.