Brainport TechLaw exists since 2013 and is a platform where technology and law come together, literally and figuratively speaking. Our goal is to combine, share and ensure specific knowledge in technology and law. This is achieved, among others, by connecting our members – entrepreneurs in (high)tech branches and specialist advisers (including accountants, lawyers, patent attorneys) – and by organizing thematic events.
We are also the initiator of an independent arbitration institute, specifically for technological disputes. We have been connecting Tech and Law since 2013
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Mikrocentrum is an independent knowledge and network organization, and has been supporting the technical manufacturing industry for over 50 years with Training, Events and Networking. We offer over 170 (technical) courses and annually organize 6 trade fairs, 5 business events and 15 thematic events. In addition to these activities, we offer companies a membership of the High Tech Platform, which now consists of 600 members. In all our activities, the aim is to increase knowledge, expand networks, improve business processes and to strengthen the competitive position of companies. We do this by working closely with a large network of industrial organizations, (semi) governments, knowledge and educational institutions.
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Most people in 3D printing are driven by a passion that is hard to describe. In the field of bioprinting this passion and enthusiasm can go even further, possibly because the final reward is actually producing functional, replacement tissues and organs. In other words, creating (or extending) life itself. Continue reading “10 Material Revolution 3D Bioprinter from Ourobotics (Video)”
Researchers at the federal technology institute ETH Zurich have developed a way of producing body parts containing cartilage, with the help of a 3D printer. Continue reading “Swiss researchers have harnessed 3D printing to produce cellular material”
bioLogic is growing living actuators and synthesizing responsive bio-skin in the era where bio is the new interface. We are Imagining a world where actuators and sensors can be grown rather than manufactured, being derived from nature as opposed to engineered in factories. Continue reading “MIT’s Biologic program attempts to program living organism and create organically reactive material (Video)”
Revotek, a company based in Chengdu, capital of southwest China’s Sichuan Province, released the world’s first 3D blood vessel bio-printer on Sunday.
With two nozzles working alternatively, the bio-printer can finish a 10-centimeter blood vessel within two minutes. Continue reading “Chinese Company Reveals 3D Blood Vessel Bio-Printer (Video)”
When talking about 3D bioprinting, images of laboratories where blood vessels, human bones and even organs are being grown in futuristic machines are almost immediately conjured up. But one San Francisco-based startup called Pembientis taking this groundbreaking technology into a different, but equally important, direction. Continue reading “Startup Pembient Uses 3D Bioprinting to Make Rhino Ivory Without Killing Rhinos”
It’s not an exaggeration to proclaim that 3D technology is saving lives. Aside from being an incredibly fascinating technology, additive manufacturing and accompanying technology like 3D scanning and modeling are providing solutions to formerly difficult if not insoluble problems. Continue reading “3D Technology and Expert Collaboration Save a Patient’s Sight”
Three-dimensional printing has been used to make everything from pizza to prostheses, and now researchers are working on using the emerging technology to fabricate hearts, kidneys, and other vital human organs. Continue reading “How 3D Printing Could Stop The Lethal Shortage Of Donor Organs”
The biomedical department at the University of Texas-El Paso has been working on 3-D printed breast implants, and the possibilities of this development could be limitless. Within the halls of UTEP, a high-tech printer is working. “We have 3-D printers, that can print various precise shapes,”… Continue reading “UTEP researchers breaking boundaries with 3-D Cell Printer”