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Events
05.07.2017
IRS-UN, 8 quai Moncousu NANTES

CRCINA – Workshop “3D Bioprinting in Cancer Research”

The Cancéropôle Grand Ouest is pleased to announce the first edition of the workshop “3D Bioprinting in Cancer Research” which will be held in Nantes on July 5 th, 2017.

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News
12.06.2017
Villaz-St-Pierre, Switzerland

Significant Advancement In Biofabrication

regenHU_pressAnnouncement of a breakthrough achievement by regenHU Ltd.

“Macro & Nano dimensions in one single process unit, opening up a whole new dimension in the mimicking of complex bio-architectures: bio-architectures comparable to those found in nature”

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Events
26.06.2017 – 29.06.2017
Davos, Switzerland

TERMIS EUROPEAN MEETING

VISIT US AS STAND S1

The premier event for the dissemination of cutting edge reseach in tissue enginee- ring and regenerative medicine. The conference is…

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INSTRUMENTS – 3DDISCOVERY  – BIOFACTORY

INSTRUMENTS

– 3DDISCOVERY™
– BIOFACTORY™

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Biomaterials

BIOMATERIALS

– BIOINK™
– OSTEOINK™
– STARK™

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Software

SOFTWARE

– BioCAM™
– BioCAD™
– BioCUT™

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APPLICATIONS

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Partners achievments

3D Bioprinting : Engineering complex tissues and soft materials

regenHU_press3D Bioprinting : Engineering complex tissues and soft materials
Mateu Pla-Roca is PhD in chemistry (2004), with 12 years of experience in the fields of microfluidics, microfabrication, patterned biointerfaces, and protein biomarkers immunoassays.

Process for 3D bone printing discovered at Trinity

“Scientists in Ireland have developed a process to make new bones using 3D bioprinting technology.
The development could lead to new methods for large and complex defects in bones to be repaired – replacing the need for bone grafts.


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