Tagged with " Bioprinting"

Putting Together the Pieces: Tissue Engineering Research & 3D Printing Possibilities

Not to be confused with the types of activities engaged in by scientists working for the Kleenex® company, people who are tissue engineers closely study the cells, scaffolding, and processes necessary to grow new connective tissues or organs for human implantation. The field emerged in the mid-1980s and has been advancing by leaps and bounds ever since.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

EYE – 3D bioprinted sight augmentation

Following Will.i.am claims on the ethical challenges of advanced bioprinting, MHOX decided to remove confidentiality on a concept the office has been working on in the last year: EYE, a 3d bioprinted sight augmentation.

Latest developments in bioprinting and biohacking let us imagine that in the near future it would be possible to easily print organic, functional body parts, allowing the human to replace defected districts or enhance standard performance.
This project is based on the idea of augmenting the sight sense, increasing the functionalities of the eye with ones currently handled by other body segments or external devices.
(…weiter auf mhoxdesign.com)

3D Printing Organs

Once upon a time, the concept of 3D printing organs was only in the imaginations of mad science fiction writers. Today, breakthroughs in 3D organ printing, also called bioprinting, are moving along at a faster clip than humans might ever have imagined.
(…weiter auf lpfrg.com)

VIVIO – 3D-Druck von Hautzellen

3D-Druck von Hautzellen – Das visionäre Projekt „Vivio“ ist eine medizinische Produktkonzeption, die sich mit der Behandlung von Erkrankungen und Beschädigungen der Haut beschäftigt.

In der letzten Zeit wurde das Thema Haut- und Organdruck immer mehr publik. Da ich dieses Themengebiet sehr interessant fand, habe ich mich intensiver damit beschäftigt. Dabei konnte ich feststellen, dass bis jetzt kein Designkonzept dafür existiert, um diese innovative Technologie verständlich für Ärzte, potentielle Patienten und alle Interessierten darzustellen.
(…weiter auf jamesdysonaward.org)

Organovo Holdings, Inc. Pre-Announces Preliminary Fiscal 2015 Fourth Quarter And Year End Financial Information

SAN DIEGO, April 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Organovo Holdings, Inc. (NYSE MKT: ONVO) today announced preliminary financial information (unaudited) for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended March 31, 2015.

Based on preliminary financial information for the fiscal quarter and year-ended March 31, 2015, Organovo estimates:

– Total net revenues of approximately $268 thousand for the quarter, and approximately $571 thousand for the fiscal year
– Total net cash utilization during fiscal 2015 fourth quarter and fiscal year ended March 31, 2015 of approximately $6.3 million and $21.1 million, respectively; and
– The Company closed the year with cash and cash equivalents of approximately $50.1 million
(…weiter auf organovo.com)

Watch As Researchers Create Beating, 3D Printed Heart Organoid

They call them “organoids,” and they’re 3D printed, beating cardiac cells which are sure to inspire scientists and biologists while raising ethical concerns among critics intent on stopping the progress of the technology.

The groundbreaking research program aimed at creating human organs is the result of a project at the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Institute for Regenerative Medicine, and it features heart cells which are made functional and shaped using a highly-specialized 3D printer.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Bioprinting Solutions & Dreams: an Interview with 3D Bio’s Dr. Vladimir Mironov

This was may day so far: I wrote about an amazing new development in the adoption of 3D printing for surgery in Italy, an incredible new 3D printing technology developed by a graduate student in Buffalo, and a stunning “smart doll” created by a self-described gaijin (non-Japanese person) in Japan. Only a couple of years ago, this would be science fiction. Instead, to top it off, here I am enjoying the sunset with a Campari Spritz, writing about my interview with Vladimir Mironov, the scientist behind most of the work at Russia’s 3D Bioprinting Solutions (3D Bio for short).
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)


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