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UNICAEN: New Bioprinted Tumor Models Help Researchers in France Study Its Biology

Studying cancer biology is among the top priorities for researchers around the world. From consortiums to universities, pharma companies, newcomers in the drug development industry, and research institutions, current research…

CELLINK in France: Expanding Their Portfolio in 2020

Seeking to strengthen their presence in Europe, 3D bioprinter provider and pioneer bioink company CELLINK, opened their new offices in Lyon, France, last October. Begining new partnerships and collaborations with…

Michal Wszola: “We Expect to Transplant the Bioprinted Bionic Pancreas in Three to Five Years”

Whenever the futuristic visions of the past are closer to becoming a reality we wonder what the next step for humanity will be. But when it comes to medicine, every…

Interview: CTIBiotech’s 3D Microtumors Can Aid in the Fight Against Cancer

Understanding cancer cells is a fundamental part of looking for ways to cure the disease, which has been around for a long time. Cancer is the second leading cause of…

CELLINK’s New Bioprinting Platform for Complex Structures, the Bio X6

CELLINK announced the latest product in their line of specialized bioprinting technology, the newly designed BIO X6, which can leverage up to six different intelligent printheads to fabricate constructs with…

Sharing Knowledge With CELLINK’s Ambassador Program

Creating a sharing ecosystem for research projects in bioprinting is key to making scientific findings reproducible and enabling fellow scientists and engineers to contribute to the evergrowing biotechnology community worldwide.  With…

CELLINK to Acquire German Startup cytena for 30 Million Euros

Bioprinting company CELLINK announced it has entered into an agreement with the owners of life science company cytena GmbH, of Germany, to acquire all of the company shares for a purchase…

CELLINK and Uppsala University Send 3D Printed Stem Cells to Space

To study the influence of microgravity and hypergravity on living systems, bioprinting pioneer CELLINK, in collaboration with a team of scientists at Uppsala University, has sent 3D bioprinted boundary cap…

Biodiscoveries: CELLINK is Bioprinting its Way into the Future

Back in 2015, Erik Gatenholm realized there was no place to purchase bioink for 3D bioprinting. So, blown away by this gap in the market, he quickly worked with co-founder…

CELLINK and Volumetric Release New Lumen X for Bioprinting Larger Vascular Structures

The realm of 3D printing operates on many levels, with those innovating in the medical arena constantly pushing more dynamic and complex processes forward via new hardware, 3D software, and…

Interview with Dr. Vahid Serpooshan, Who Created a ‘Heart Attack Patch’ With the Help of 3D Printing

According to the World Health Organization, cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death globally. An estimated 17.9 million people died from cardiovascular disease in 2016, representing 31% of all…

3D Printing Shown to be an Effective Method of Creating Wound Dressings

3D bioprinting isn’t just about the quest to print working organs, although that is the goal of many in the field. But it also has many more immediate applications, such…

Crocodile Cartilage and Human Stem Cells Used to 3D Print Joint Cartilage

Arthroscopic surgery is a minimally invasive procedure, where the cartilage of a person’s damaged joint is examined and treated with an arthroscope – an endoscope inserted into the damaged joint through a…

CELLINK and Aether Open New Locations for 3D Bioprinting Businesses

CELLINK‘s global presence is growing. The bioprinting company has offices in the United States and Sweden, and now it has officially opened a new office at Kyoto University in Japan….

Cellink Turns to 3D Printing Tumors to Combat Cancer

It may seem counterintuitive, but the Swedish biotech company Cellink is actually fabricating tumors in an effort to combat cancer. The company, which exploded on the scene in 2016, has…

3D Printing News Briefs: November 28, 2017

We’re starting out with some health and business news in today’s edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, then moving on to 3D modeling and some commercial 3D printed shoes. The…

Collaboration Key to 3D Bioprinting Stem Cell Research Success at BioFab3D@ACMD in Australia

Medical researchers and scientists have created all kinds of medical marvels, from brain tissue and cartilage to a heart and a pancreas, by 3D printing stem cells. In Australia, Swinburne…

The State of Bioprinting and 3D Printing in Medicine

Bioprinting has been a much hyped and anticipated technology development. The idea of being able to 3D print organs is a very powerful one indeed. If researchers are successful in…

Swedish Researchers Successfully Implant 3D Printed Human Cartilage Cells in Mice

Slowly, little by little, we’re getting closer to the day that many still doubt will ever come: the day that scientists 3D print a working human organ and successfully implant…

CELLINK Introduces the BIO X, a Flexible, User-Friendly Bioprinter with Everything a Tissue Engineer Could Want

The field of 3D bioprinting is expanding fast, and as more and more companies and institutions emerge in the field, it can be hard to keep track of who is…

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Biotech Buzz: CELLINK Launches Podcast Featuring Industry Leaders

CELLINK, the first bioink company in the world, announced the launch of their new podcast – Biotech Buzz. Here you can get the latest scoop on the world of biotech….

3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week — October 22, 2016

On this edition of “The Stories We Missed This Week,” we take a trip around the world to unearth the latest 3D printing news we were unable to cover over…

Frontier Tech Startup Showdown: Dog Parker Wins with Business Plan for Urban Pet Parents

Inside 3D Printing NYC has now come and gone for another year, leaving in its trail a wake of excitement, big news, and, for one company, a big win. We’ve…

Swedish Researchers Successfully Make 3D Printed Scaffolding for Cartilage Regrowth in Humans

Most of us learn about cartilage in early science classes—a source of mild fascination, these are areas that many of us at first think are bone, but learn quite quickly…