Could Transparent Human Organs Help Create Artificial 3D Printed Ones?

Imagine being able to understand and see the complex structures of human organs at the cellular level. On February 13, a group of researchers in Germany’s Ertürk Lab, in the…

Bioprinting: What are the Legal Implications of Defective Design Software?

3D printing has taken off at lightning speed, with innovations emerging around the world continually—and virtually unregulated. While there may be some serious discussions and expectations regarding ownership and common…

3D Printing News Briefs: June 26, 2018

We have plenty of business, material, and 3D printer news to share with you in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs. 3D printing led to increased savings for GM over the…

Aether Announces New Developments for Its AI-Powered 3D Medical Imaging Software

A little over a month ago, 3D bioprinting startup Aether, based in San Francisco with a new University of California location at Johnson & Johnson Innovation, released its latest announcement….

Aether Announces New AI 3D Medical Imaging Software, Partnership with Harvard Medical School to Advance Organ 3D Printing

In 2016, San Francisco technology startup Aether introduced its extraordinary Aether 1 3D bioprinter, which was touted as being able to do just about everything but make you a sandwich. Beta…

3D Printing News Briefs: September 15, 2017

Just like earlier this week, today’s edition of 3D Printing News Briefs is bringing you the latest business news from the 3D printing world. We’ve got an update on the…

Technology Isn’t Just For The Good Guys: What Happens When Black Marketeers Start Churning Out Bioprinted Organs?

Allowing people to become desperate is a very dangerous thing. Yet, as economies suffer and governments fail at helping their citizens sufficiently—whether they could or not—many individuals are forced to…

UTSA Doctor Predicts that Researchers May be Bioprinting Organs in the Next Year

The race is on! And why a sense of urgency? To save human lives—and prevent as much suffering as possible. One would say that’s probably a fairly good motivator if you…

Vanderbilt Researchers Spins Threads for Bioprinted Capillaries on Cotton Candy Machine

While everyone gets pretty excited when researchers look to nature for new designs and innovation, taking a page out of the candy recipe book should certainly pique everyone’s attention, via…

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