The presentation shows a possible future development of patient experience, by Arie Platschorre, Director SIMULIA, Dassault Systemes. He is physicist by training, after obtaining a PhD in the field of Chemical Process Engineering he started working in the field of Computational Dynamics. Arie works for the SIMULIA brand of Dassault Systemes, managing a team of engineers working on simulation topics.Continue reading “Meeting the Process Challenges of Delivering New Therapeutics”
The Clinician Engineer Hub was launched in 2019 in collaboration between clinicians and engineers at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, Imperial College London and King’s College London.
This international hub brings together the clinical and biomedical engineering fields and provides talented medical students and clinicians exposure to the world of biomedical engineering, the challenges doctors face in diagnosing and treating patients and how to potentially solve these issues with cutting edge engineering solutions.
As an independent not-for-profit platform, Flam3D exists for all stakeholders who are active in the domain of 3D printing. We unite, represent and support companies, research institutions, governments, and stakeholders.Continue reading “Flam3D is content partner of the 4D Printing & Meta Materials Conference”
This one’s a big data play for the pathologist set: Bay Area startup 3Scan is developing an ultra high-res, 3-D tissue imaging platform that’s churning out data on the scale of whole-genome sequencing. Continue reading “Big data in pathology: 3Scan’s 3D tissue imaging platform offers reams of data on scale of gene sequencing”
Few scientific 3D-printable models are available online, and the expertise required to generate and validate such models remains a barrier. The NIH 3D Print Exchange eliminates this gap with an open, comprehensive, and interactive website… Continue reading “Share biomedical 3D print files via the NIH 3D Print Exchange (VIDEO)”
Scientists, scientifically curious investors and Sci-Fi fanatics keep their eyes wide open on Organovo, waiting patiently for the next breakthrough of the company. Organovo developed the first commercial 3D bio-printing platform, and in 2013 the company presented data describing key features of a 3D human liver model, which is in development since then. Continue reading “Organovo and the implementation of 3D printers in BioTechnology”