Japan researchers use Regenova bioprinter to 3D print windpipe without scaffolds

Researchers from Nagasaki University and Saga University in Japan have successfully 3D printed artificial tracheas without using scaffolds, and surgically transplanted them into rats. A Regenova bioprinter from Cyfuse Biomedical K.K.was used to generate spheroids consisting of several types of cells...

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Posted on Jan 16, 2018

Study finds 3D printed titanium scaffolds better than current bone-grafting treatments

At Charité–Universitätsmedizin Berlin, “Europe’s largest University clinic,” researchers are working to prove that, in specific cases, 3D printed titanium-mesh scaffolds offer a better alternative to conventional bone-grafting techniques using a patient’s own bone. The tr...

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Posted on Jan 13, 2018

Q&A with Cedarville professor 3D printing human tissue scaffolds

Cedarville University in Ohio has conducted research on the 3D printing of human tissue scaffolds. The team says the technology, “has tremendous potential for regrowing bone.” Since 2015, senior biomedical engineers and the school of pharmacy have investigated medical applications of 3D printing...

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Posted on Dec 12, 2017

South Korean research demonstrates Blu-Ray powered micro 3D printing for cell scaffolds

New research conducted by Korea Polytechnic University, and Gachon University in South Korea, demonstrates the use of a micro 3D printing technique for tissue engineering research. … 3D Printing Industry admin...

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Posted on May 26, 2017

Multimaterial 3D printed cell “scaffolds” strengthen research into regenerative medicine

A study produced by four research institutions in Brazil combines two 3D printable polymers into structures ideal for cell-growth. Known as cell scaffolds, these structures are used in regenerative … 3D Printing Industry admin...

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Posted on Mar 14, 2017