bioprinting

 Aleph Farms Secures $105M to Scale Cultivated Meat Technology Ahead of 2022 Launch

The Israeli foodtech startup that 3D printed the first slaughter-free beef steak in space has raised $105 million in funding. Aleph Farms uses bioprinting technology and real cow cells, without…

Brinter Gets $1.2M in Seed Round to Expand Bioprinting

Finnish company Brinter, started in 2019, has just received $1.2 million from Innovestor in order to expand internationally. The company makes modular bioprinters. For example, you can buy a Brinter…

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ROKIT Healthcare advances audience access to bioprinting with bioprinting exhibitions and workshops

ROKIT Healthcare is hosting a series of educational workshops for students, teachers, and professionals to teach and highlight the fundamentals of bioprinting and its applications in healthcare. Previous workshops were…

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ROKIT Healthcare develops novel cartilage regeneration therapies using bioprinting

ROKIT Healthcare, in cooperation with a Massachusetts-based U.S. hospital, has completed pre-clinical studies for cartilage regeneration using the 3D bioprinting technology and is in the process of clinical studies with…

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ROKIT Healthcare’s bioprinting-based diabetic foot treatment kit registered as a U.S. FDA medical device

ROKIT Healthcare has completed registration of its Dr. INVIVO-based diabetic foot treatment with the U.S. FDA and has successfully completed clinical studies in the U.S. Since 2019, the company has…

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3D Systems Acquires Bioprinting and Simulation Firms Allevi and Additive Works

When we spoke to 3D Systems (NYSE: DDD) CEO Jeff Graves on the 3DPod, he talked of a strategic refocus and the possibility of future acquisitions. On the podcast, Jeff…

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Is Bioprinting a Winner-Takes-All Market?

The current thesis on bioprinting goes a little something like this: bioprinting is a collection of a number of different technologies, all with potential. From inkjet, material extrusion, and stereolithography,…

3DPOD Episode 50: DARPA and More with Ken Church, nScrypt CEO

I’m a huge nScrypt fan and love the firm’s technologies. The way they’ve defined their “line in a tool” approach to additive is really inspiring to me. With nScrypt machines,…

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AMS 2021: Deconstructing the Timeline to Bioprinted Organs

Automation, healthcare, metal additive manufacturing (AM), and bioprinting were the four big topics discussed at the 2021 Additive Manufacturing Strategies (AMS) summit. The two-day virtual event gathered experts for panel…

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Looking towards a FRESH future in 3D bioprinting

FluidForm’s Adam Feinberg will be speaking at 3DPrint.com’s upcoming AMS online industry summit (Feb 9-10, 2021). Register here. On January 16th, 2021, President Joe Biden introduced his science team for the incoming…

ETH Zurich Develops Bioresorbable 3D Printed Airway Stent

ETH Zurich, along with University Hospital Zurich and the University of Zurich, have developed a bioresorbable airway stent. The custom made stents are 3D printed using digital light processing (DLP)…

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Cells aren’t enough: A materials-centric approach to tissue engineering

Dimension Inx’s Caralynn Nowinski Collens will be speaking at 3DPrint.com’s upcoming AMS online industry summit (Feb 9-10, 2021). Register here. Even with the clinical success seen with cell therapies, they are not sufficient…

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3D Printed, Vascularized Lung Models Push 3D Systems into Bioprinting

3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) has announced that it is diving further into the bioprinting space, upon significant progress made by its partner United Therapeutics Corporation (NASDAQ:UTHR) and its subsidiary Lung Biotechnology…

Ticket Prices for AMS 2021 Increase December 9

Now that Formnext has had its hand at hosting a virtual event, the next big trade show for the 3D printing industry is Additive Manufacturing Strategies, co-hosted by SmarTech Analysis…

Next Early Bird Pricing for AMS 2021 Ends November 11

In the lead up to February’s Additive Manufacturing Strategies (AMS) event, co-hosted by SmarTech Analysis and 3DPrint.com, the next early bird pricing is set to end on November 11. Attendees…

3DPOD Episode 40: EnvisionTEC CEO Al Siblani

Al Siblani is a 3D printing pioneer who got his start over 19 years ago. He worked with layered object manufacturing—the paper, and laser technology—which is a leitmotiv of our…

CollPlant & United Therapeutics Expand Collaboration to 3D Print Kidneys

Currently, over 100,000 individuals in the US are on the waiting list for organ transplants. Kidney patients make up the majority of the requests, with over 90,000 people hoping for…

Magnesium Phosphate Aid Bone Regeneration for 3D Printed Implants

International researchers continue the trend toward overcoming challenges in bone regeneration, sharing the results of their study in the recently published “Tough magnesium phosphate-based 3D-printed implants induce bone regeneration in…

Cryogenic 3D Printing Improves Bioprinting for Bone Regeneration

Researchers from China continue in the quest to improve methods for bone regeneration, publishing their findings in “Cryogenic 3D printing of dual-delivery scaffolds for improved bone regeneration with enhanced vascularization.”…

7 Projects That Are Restoring Coral Reefs by 3D Printing Them

Our coral reefs are dying. Marine scientists have known this fact for a long time, and have been trying to reverse the problem for decades. The death of the coral…

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More Efficient Drug Screening with 3D Bioprinting

Taking a drug to market is a competitive, costly and challenging process involving preclinical laboratory and animal testing before the even more time-consuming and expensive four phases of human clinical…

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Bioprinting on the ISS: Russian Cosmonaut 3D Prints Cartilage in Space

You may wonder what the point is of 3D printing in space; after all, isn’t that something we can do on terra firma—and spend other, more valuable time performing experiments…

Researchers Develop Novel Drop-on-Demand Bioprinting Technique

Medical scientists have made enormous progress in bioprinting. The mere reality that they have advanced far enough to sustain tissue in a lab—as well as implanting it into the human…

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Researchers Create hChaMP, a Beating Bioprinted Heart Pump

Through the creation of a new bioink, researchers at the University of Minnesota (UMN) were able to bioprint a functioning centimeter-scale heart pump with real human cells. The custom, extracellular…