Interview with Gavin Jeffries from Fluicell: “Cell Biology is at the Core of our Work”

Getting to know cells well helps understand how organisms function. This is one of the aspects that drive scientists, researchers, and physicians to create bioprinting technology to generate living structures…

Fluicell is Preparing to be the Next Big Player in Sweden’s Bioprinting Field

Creating innovative tools and high-tech systems for life science researchers around the globe has turned up some fascinating new companies in the last few years; and with Europe currently housing…

Sweden: Researchers 3D Printing with Wood-Based Ink for Greener Manufacturing

Wood materials would normally be impossible to process without a range of sharp tools to manipulate them into the desired form; however, as researchers often are famous for (within the…

Researchers 3D Print Cartilage with Stem Cells Taken from Human Knee

One of the challenges of 3D bioprinting is getting the stem cells which make up the biological “ink” to survive the 3D printing process – not to mention keeping them…

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…

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…


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