UConn Students 3D Print Two Different Artificial Kidneys

We’ve been hearing a lot lately about the possibility of 3D bioprinting organs, such as livers, kidneys and hearts. In fact, many experts within the medical field expect 3D printing to have progressed enough in the next ten years, to make all this possible. Researchers are already 3D printing parts of certain organs, and new discoveries are unveiled. Continue reading “UConn Students 3D Print Two Different Artificial Kidneys”

Louwers IP | Technology Advocaten presents “Bioprinting The Law” at 3D Bioprinting Conference

Ernst-Jan Louwers is attorney-at-law and entrepreneur of Louwers IP | Technology Advocaten. In his presentation, Ernst-Jan Louwers will dive into legal challenges connected to 3D bioprinting and its unprecedented possibilities. Not only involving liability issues but also privacy and personal integrity and intellectual property. Continue reading “Louwers IP | Technology Advocaten presents “Bioprinting The Law” at 3D Bioprinting Conference”

VARs, ISVs Will Find Opportunities In 3D Printing For Healthcare

3D printing is set to revolutionize the healthcare industry. The technology that has been around since the 80s, has finally been developed to a point where it will change the way we handle medicine. This means opportunities not only for advances in clinical treatment, but also for solutions providers working with the technology itself. Continue reading “VARs, ISVs Will Find Opportunities In 3D Printing For Healthcare”

Nadine Nottrodt of Fraunhofer Institute presents about ‘ArtiVasc 3D’ at the 3D Bioprinting Conference

Nadine Nottrodt presents: ‘Combined additive manufacturing processes for building up artificial vascularized soft tissue – ArtiVasc 3D’ during the 3D Bioprinting Conference. Nadine is project manager at Fraunhofer Insitute for Laser Technology.  Continue reading “Nadine Nottrodt of Fraunhofer Institute presents about ‘ArtiVasc 3D’ at the 3D Bioprinting Conference”