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NEWS | EVENTS

Events
25.06.2018 - 29.06.2018
Bordeaux

Summer School

Enhance your knowledge on complex biofabrication of living tissue.

The  Bordeaux Summer School, co-organised by the European Society for Biomaterials and the Society for Biomaterials, wants to promote  international exchange on biomaterials for medical devices and  regenerative medicine.  We’re excited to be part of this first-time  event and share our knowledge and expertise on complex biofabrication of  living tissue.

We invite you  to a practical learning session where you can experience different bioprinting techniques and exchange with our expert. 
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Events
27.06.2018 - 27.06.2018
University Hospital Basel, Switzerland

Symposium on 3D Printing for Life Sciences 2018

Providing you with a deeper understanding of state-of-the art 3D printing in various disciplines of Life Sciences, this symposium also offers a great opportunity to exchange ideas with dedicated experts.

Join us in Basel where Marc Thurner, regenHU CEO, will share his insights on "Engineering complex bioarchitectures to biomimic nature: A step closer to the development of artificial organs".

Bioprinting Academy

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News
03.05.2018
La Télé

Des organes imprimés en 3D

RegenHU développe des imprimantes 3D capables de produire des organes  humains. Nasrat Latif et Thierry Vial reçoivent Marc Thurner, fondateur et directeur de cette société biotech basée dans le canton de Fribourg.

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PRODUCTS

INSTRUMENTS

– 3DDISCOVERY™

– BIOFACTORY™

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BIOMATERIALS

– BIOINK™

– OSTEOINK™

– STARK™

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SOFTWARE

– BioCAM™

– BioCAD™

– BioCUT™

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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. 

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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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SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS

Skin Bioprinting: Impending Reality or Fantasy?

Author: Ng, Wei Long and Wang, Shuai and Yeong, Wai Yee and Naing, May Win

Abstract: Bioprinting provides a fully automated and advanced platform that facilitates the simultaneous and highly specific deposition of multiple types of skin cells and biomaterials, a process that is lacking in conventional skin tissue-engineering approaches. Here, we provide a realistic, current overview of skin bioprinting, distinguishing facts from myths. We present an in-depth analysis of both current skin bioprinting works and the cellular and matrix components of native human skin. We also highlight current limitations and achievements, followed by design considerations and a future outlook for skin bioprinting. The potential of bioprinting with converging opportunities in biology, material, and computational design will eventually facilitate the fabrication of improved tissue-engineered (TE) skin constructs, making bioprinting skin an impending reality. Bioprinting provides a fully automated and advanced platform that facilitates the simultaneous and highly specific deposition of multiple types of skin cells and biomaterials, a process that is lacking in conventional skin tissue-engineering approaches. Here, we provide a realistic, current overview of skin bioprinting, distinguishing facts from myths. We present an in-depth analysis of both current skin bioprinting works and the cellular and matrix components of native human skin. We also highlight current limitations and achievements, followed by design considerations and a future outlook for skin bioprinting. The potential of bioprinting with converging opportunities in biology, material, and computational design will eventually facilitate the fabrication of improved tissue-engineered (TE) skin constructs, making bioprinting skin an impending reality.