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Hydrogels set sights on biomedical applications

A new hydrogel that is responsive to light is set to push boundaries in the 3D bioprinting market. Organs age and fail and being able...

3D bioprinting breakthrough in vascular systems

Researchers develop breakthrough in 3D bioprinting blood networks with functioning skin. The field of 3D bioprinting has shown great advancements toward the production of artificial organs...

Breakthrough in 3D printing vascular channels

Harvard researchers develop new technique for vascularisation Taylor Swift once sung about "A Perfectly Good Heart" - well, now a team from Harvard University’s Wyss...

Has bioprinting hit a jam?

A first-mover in lab-printed tissues has halted its lead-program and cut back on staff. What does this mean for the bioprinting market? Last Wednesday, the 3D-bioprinting...

Major breakthrough for bioprinted organs

Carnegie Mellon develops ground-breaking technique to fast track bio-printing human organs. 3D Bio-printing organs has become a more popular topic in the last few years...

One small step for 3D-bioprinting, one giant leap for Longevity

European Space Agency advances tissue replacement by turning everything upside down. Organs and tissue become diseased, aged or dysfunctional and replacements are needed for extension...

3D-printed vascular system breakthrough is good news for increased lifespan

The next step is bio-printing vascular systems to integrate artificial organs. 3D Bio-printing is the newest trend which aims to fill the lack of available...

Breakthrough in bio-printing gives tissue engineers a breath of fresh air

Collaboration between Rice University and the University of Washington has created a revolutionary open-source technique for printing organs. So, you want to bio-print yourself a...

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