3D printing has been creeping its way into the healthcare industry, slowly but surely, over the last few years. We have seen 3D printed human tissue, 3D printed prosthetics of all types, and now 3D printing is being used as a model for doctors to better envision particular procedures. Continue reading “3D Printing Helps Fix Child’s Heart, Save Life”
Printed livers, ears, hands, and eyes? 3D printing can change and save lives. 3D printing can improve the quality of patients’ lives — even save the lives of some people lucky enough to take advantage of the new technology.
UM and Maastricht UMC+, TU/e, DSM, Chemelot Campus and the Province of Limburg invest €80 million in innovation institute. Continue reading “Launch of Chemelot InSciTe: research and knowledge institute for biobased and biomedical materials”
Taking a cue from an ancient Chinese woodblock printing technique, researchers have developed a cheaper, more productive bioprinting method. Continue reading “New Bioprinting Method Borrows Ancient Technique”
In August of last year, we released a story about how chief scientist of synthetic biology at the NASA Ames Research Center, Lynn Rothschild, and Diana Gentry, were working on a project to 3D print “biomaterials out of thin air.” The team has been hard at work and has relayed some of their progress towards 3D printing synthetic biomaterials using cellular arrays. Continue reading “NASA Takes 3D Printing to Next Logical Conclusion: 3D Printed Trees”
Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) and Carnegie Mellon University have introduced a unique micro-robotic technique to assemble the components of complex materials, the foundation of tissue engineering and 3D printing. Continue reading “Team announces new advance in 3-D printing and tissue engineering technology”
Riton Biomaterial Co., China is a manufacturer that specialises in the development, production and marketing of orthodontic biomaterials and related dental equipment. The company offers the customised lingual bracket system in specifications such as eBrace Visual and eBrace second generation. Continue reading “Riton Biomaterials Orthodontal 3D Printing Products”