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Events
11-12.04.2018
Berlin - Germany

Discover the ground-breaking potential of the 3DDiscoveryTM Evolution bio-printer at IDTechEX Show

The IDTechEX Show! features the latest developments among leading emerging technologies where regenHU will be proud to demonstrate the cutting-edge performance and seemingly endless opportunities of our 3DDiscoveryTM Evolution.

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Partners achievements
08.03.2018
Adolphe Merkle Insitute, University of Fribourg

An electric eel-inspired soft power source from stacked hydrogels

Working on a way to create a flexible bio-battery, researchers at the University of Fribourg used four compositions of hydrogel, and combined them to form a continuous series that mimicked the electric eel’s organized electrocytes anatomy. All hydrogel patterns were printed using a regenHU 3DDiscovery 3D bioprinter, with a custom print plate.

An electric eel inspired soft power source using regenHU bioprinting technology

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Events
16.03.2018
Shanghai, Jiao Tong University, China

Bioprinting symposium

A unique opportunity to discover cutting-edge advancements in the field of biomedical bioprinting, including applications, demonstrations, hands-on and talks provided by regenhu’s experts

download the program | English
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Products

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

APPLICATIONS

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Partners achievments

An electric eel-inspired soft power source from stacked hydrogels

Working on a way to create a flexible bio-battery, researchers at the University of Fribourg used four compositions of hydrogel, and combined them to form a continuous series that mimicked the electric eel’s organized electrocytes anatomy. All hydrogel patterns were printed using a regenHU 3DDiscovery 3D bioprinter, with a custom print plate.

An electric eel inspired soft power source using regenHU bioprinting technology

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3D printers to create human body parts from scratch

“My research is really awesome, because we’re using 3D printers to create human body parts from scratch.”
PhD candidate in Regenerative Medicine, Department of Orthopaedics, UMC Utrecht

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3D-printed minifactories

ETH Zürich

“ETH researchers have developed a biocompatible ink for 3D printing using living bacteria. This makes it possible to produce biological materials capable of breaking down toxic substances or producing high-purity cellulose for biomedical applications.”

Complete press-release : ETH Zürich website

Press link : Compamed Magazine

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Scientific publications

Double printing of hyaluronic acid / poly(glycidol) hybrid hydrogels with poly(ε-caprolactone) for MSC chondrogenesis

Author: Stichler, S., Böck, T., Paxton, N.C., Bertlein, S., Levato, R., Schill, V., Smolan, W., Malda, J., Tessmar, J., Blunk, T. and Groll, J.

Abstract: Abstract This study investigates the use of allyl-functionalized poly(glycidol)s (P(AGE-co-G)) as cytocompatible cross-linker for thiol-functionalized hyaluronic acid (HA-SH) and the optimization of this hybrid hydrogel as bioink for 3D bioprinting. Chemical cross-linking of gels with 10 wt.% overall polymer concentration was achieved by UV-induced radical thiol-ene coupling between the thiol and allyl groups. Addition of unmodified high molecular weight HA (1.36 MDa) allowed tuning of the rheology for extrusion based bioprinting. Incorporation of additional HA resulted in hydrogels with lower Young’s modulus and higher swelling ratio especially in the first 24 h, but a comparable equilibrium swelling for all gels after 24 h.

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