Dimension Inx Awarded DoD Grant for Bioprinting “Trachea That Repairs Itself”
Biomaterial company Dimension Inx has been awarded $240,000 in funding from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop solutions for tracheal injuries. The goal is to create a structure that…
3D Printing and Virtual Surgery Help Repair Damage to Patient’s Face
3D printed surgical guides and virtual surgical planning (VSP) have been used in many types of procedures, such as knee replacement, spinal surgery, and reconstruction of chest walls and faces….
Researchers from NCSU and UNC Create a 3D Biomedical Fiber Printer
It’s been 10 weeks since the NFL 2019 season began and already dozens of players have suffered soft tissue injuries. Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Christian Kirk is recovering from an…