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Organovo’s Keith Murphy Back as Executive Chairman

Founder and former CEO of Organovo, Keith Murphy, is back as the company’s newly appointed Executive Chairman of the Board. The news comes three years after Murphy left the pioneering…

3D Printing Silk to Make Scaffolds for Regenerative Medicine Research

Silk isn’t just used to make gorgeous, expensive clothing—this biocompatible, natural protein fiber is much stronger than it looks. The protein is made of 75% biocompatible fibroin, and 3D printed silk…

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Researchers Create Bioink that Delivers Oxygen to 3D Printed Tissue Cells

Tissue engineering or regeneration is the process of improving upon or replacing biological tissues by combining cells and other materials with the optimal chemical and physiological conditions in order to build scaffolds…

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…

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Bioengineer Jordan Miller: Clinical Trials for 3D Printed Organ Replacements Could Start in 5 to 10 Years

In 2001, at a talk by MIT professor of polymer science and engineering Ioannis Yannas, Jordan Miller discovered his vocation. A renowned expert on fibers and polymers at MIT, Yannas…

New Facility for Bioengineering Research Opens in Los Angeles

In a world eager to solve the problem of rejection in organ transplantation, a young American scientist developed a breakthrough test in 1964 that would help establish the compatibility of…

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A Guide to Bioprinting: Understanding a Booming Industry

The success of bioprinting could become the key enabler that personalized medicine, tissue engineering, and regenerative medicine need to become a part of medical arsenals. Breakthroughs in bioprinting will enable…

Cell Culture Bioreactor for Tissue Engineering

Researchers from the US and Portugal are refining tissue engineering applications further, releasing the findings of their study in the recently published ‘A Multimodal Stimulation Cell Culture Bioreactor for Tissue…

3D Printing for Nerve Regeneration: Gelatin Methacrylate-Based Nerve Guidance Conduits

Chinese researchers delve deeply into tissue engineering, releasing the findings of their recent study in ‘3D printing of gelatin methacrylate-based nerve guidance conduits with multiple channels.’ While there have been…

3D Printing: Successful Scaffolds in Bone Regeneration

In ‘Comprehensive Review on Full Bone Regeneration through 3D Printing Approaches,’ the authors review new developments and solutions in tissue engineering for the formation of cells, as well as proposing…

China: 3D Printed Drug Delivery Scaffolds, Evaluated in Rat Femoral Bones

Chinese researchers are working to improve drug delivery systems for bone repair, detailing their findings in the recently released ‘A novel vehicle-like drug delivery 3D printing scaffold and its applications…

China: 3D Printing Supramolecular Bioactive Interfaces for Osteoporosis Treatment

Chinese researchers are exploring ways to treat patients with osteoporosis, releasing the findings of their recent study in ‘Enhanced osseointegration of three-dimensional supramolecular bioactive interface through osteoporotic microenvironment regulation.’ As…

Tissue Engineering for Bone Regeneration: 3D Printing of Piezoelectric Barium Titanate-Hydroxyapatite Scaffolds

German researchers continue in the quest to improve processes in bioprinting and bone regeneration, sharing their recent study in ‘3D Printing of Piezoelectric Barium Titanate-Hydroxyapatite Scaffolds with Interconnected Porosity for…

3D Printed Molds Used for Lung-on-a-Chip Prototype

Scientists from Australia and Russia are continuing on the vast quest to sustain healthy cells for tissue engineering and ultimately, 3D printed organs that could completely change the landscape of…

Germany: Innovative 3D Printed Scaffold Design for Osteoconductive Bone Tissue Engineering

German researchers take on further challenges and complexities in tissue engineering, releasing their findings in the recently published ‘3D-Printing of Hierarchically Designed and Osteoconductive Bone Tissue Engineering Scaffolds.’ Bioprinting and…

University of Manchester: Improved Cell Alignment with 3D Printed & Electrospun PCL Scaffolds

UK researchers from the University of Manchester are experimenting with 3D printing techniques for bioprinting, with their findings recently published in ‘Three-Dimensional Printing and Electrospinning Dual-Scale Polycaprolactone Scaffolds with Low-Density…

Denmark: 3D Printing Conductive Hydrogels for Medical Applications

In the recently published ‘Electrically Conducting Hydrogels for Health care: Concept, Fabrication Methods, and Applications,’ Shweta Agarwala of the Department of Engineering at Aarhus University in Denmark researchers 3D printing…

Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine: 3D Printing Scaffolds for Tendon-to-Bone Interface Engineering

Researchers from China’s Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine are exploring complex developments in tissue engineering, releasing their findings in the recently published ‘Three-dimensional printed multiphasic scaffolds with stratified…

Unique Shrinkage Method Improves 3D Printed Hydrogel Constructs

A group of international authors delve further into bioprinting and the structures that make it possible to keep cells alive during tissue engineering, releasing their findings in the recently published…

Bone Regeneration Scaffolds: 3D Printing to Study Calcium Phosphate Structures

In a final degree project for Biomedical Engineering at Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Antonio Molina Herrero tackles the challenging topic of bone regeneration in bioprinting. Investigating 3D printing and varying…

Aspiration Assisted Bioprinting: A New Method for Precise Printing of Tissue Spheroids

In the fields of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, an increased interest and use of bioprinting technology is changing the way researchers are conducting investigations. To satisfy particular requirements of…

3D Printed Haversian Bone: Biomimicking for Cell Regeneration

Chinese researchers continue to take on the challenge of bone regeneration in tissue engineering, sharing their findings in the recently released ‘3D printing of Haversian bone—mimicking scaffolds for multicellular delivery…

Cartilage Tissue Engineering via Characterization and Application of Carboxymethyl Chitosan-Based Bioink

International researchers continue the trend in exploring natural biomaterials for bioprinting, detailing their findings in the recently published ‘Characterization and Application of Carboxymethyl Chitosan-Based Bioink in Cartilage Tissue Engineering.’ Examining…

Regemat3D Launches its New Bioreactors for Maturing Tissues

One of Spain’s leading biotech companies, Regemat3D, has been developing custom biofabrication systems and regenerative medicine solutions since 2011 to fulfill unique research requirements and offer customized solutions for patients’…