Multimaterial and Multiscale Biofabrication of 3D in vitro models of complex tissues – Presented by Giovanni Vozzi, University of Pisa

Multimaterial and Multiscale Biofabrication of 3D in vitro models of complex tissues – Presented by Giovanni Vozzi, University of Pisa, at the 3D Medical Conference, which will take place on 30-31 January 2018 at MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands. Read the interview A biological tissue is a composite material with “bottom-up” hierarchical structure that is closely… [read more]

FabRx starts crowdfunding campaign for personalised medicine 3D Printer

FabRx starts crowdfunding campaign for personalised medicine 3D Printer The new printer and software produces personalised medicines adapted for individual patients’ needs FabRx is the first pharmaceutical company to work and act on the dream of personalised medicines using 3D printing technology. FabRx, in partnership with The Magic Candy Factory are working together to adapt a… [read more]

2D & 3D printing technologies in pharmaceutical manufacturing – Presented by Markus Dachtler, Gen-Plus

2D & 3D printing technologies in pharmaceutical manufacturing – Presented by Markus Dachtler, Gen-Plus at the 3D Medical Conference 2018,  which will take place on 30-31 January 2018 at MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands. Personalized medicine has gained growing interest over the last decade. Printed formulations can be individually and cost-effectively manufactured down to a batch size of one. Further… [read more]

Riley Reese from TNO, AMSystems, will speak at 3D Medical Conference 2018

Riley Reese from TNO, AMSystems, will speak at 3D Medical Conference 2018,  which will take place on 30-31 January 2018 at MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands. About Riley Reese Riley works at AMSystems as an innovation program manager looking into new applications in the medical and pharmaceutical markets. He develops industrial, end-use 3D printing applications using a factory-of-the-future system, that… [read more]

Materialise announce pre-market phase of development for mitral valve planning

Materialise announce pre-market phase of development for mitral valve planning Mitral regurgitation affects more than 4 million Americans – nearly one in 10 people aged 75 or older. Currently the primary option for the disease is open-heart surgery, which holds extremely high risks for patients in this age group and can prevent treatment in many… [read more]

Open-source 3D bioprinting for scientific and industrial solutions – Presented by Bostjan Vihar, IRNAS

Open-source 3D bioprinting for scientific and industrial solutions – Presented by Bostjan Vihar, IRNAS at the 3D Medical Conference 2018 , which will take place on 30-31 January 2018 at MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands. While increasing availability of 3D bioprinters has substantially improved the use of 3D biofabrication in tissue engineering, technical limitations still prevent successful fabrication of… [read more]

Philippe Guedon, Wise Implants, will speak at 3D Medical Printing Conference 2018

Philippe Guedon, Wise Implants, will speak at 3D Medical Printing Conference 2018, which will take place on 30-31 January 2018 at MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands. About Philippe Guedon Philippe began his career as a scientist at the Institute for Optics in Paris. From his research results, he funded Genoptics, his first company, dedicated to biomolecules multiparametric analysis (lab-on-chip)…. [read more]

Biofabrication multimaterial & multiscale techniques have greatest potential for developing 3D in vitro model of human tissues or organs – Giovanni Vozzi, University of Pisa

Biofabrication multimaterial & multiscale techniques have greatest potential for developing 3D in vitro model of human tissues or organs – Giovanni Vozzi, University of Pisa Giovanni Vozzi is Associate Professor of Bioengineering at the Department of Ingegneria dell’Informazione of University of Pisa He is member of Directors board of International Society for Biofabrication, of IEEE… [read more]

New 4D Printing technique developed by TU Delft researchers has potential to improve bone implants (video)

New 4D Printing technique developed by TU Delft researchers has potential to improve bone implants Researchers at TU Delft have combined origami techniques and 3D printing to create flat structures that can fold themselves into 3D structures (for example a tulip). The structures self-fold according to a pre-planned sequence, with some parts folding sooner than… [read more]