regenHU provides cutting-edge bioprinting solutions to enable your scientific & clinical ambitions.

We support research at the global forefront of science. Applications such as tissue engineering, personalized medicine, and pharma are using our technology to their advantage. Benefiting from a unique network of global partnerships with leading scientific innovators and industrial players, we are constantly at the forefront of innovation.

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Events
26.08.2019 - 27.08.2019
Cité des Congrès de Nantes, France

TERMIS-EU WORKSHOP 3D BIOPRINTING IN CANCER RESEARCH

regenHU will be a sponsor at TERMIS-EU WORKSHOP 3D BIOPRINTING IN CANCER RESEARCH. 

Visit us at our stand and discover our latest bioprinting innovations. 

We will too give a talk "Innovative solutions to advance 3D bioprinting" and animate an hands-on session "Modelling simple and complex 3D constructs with digital assistance".

Scientific sessions will cover all aspects of 3D BIOPRINTING IN CANCER RESEARCH.

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More info on TERMIS website.

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Partners achievements
08.05.2019
Walliser Bote Zeitung

Die Curio Biotech SA in Visp bietet eine Alternative für Kosmetik- und Medikamententests

"Die Curio Biotech SA in Visp testet Kosmetikprodukte oder Medikamente im Labor an menschlichen Zellkulturen. Mit solchen Prozedere lassen sich viele Tierversuche vermeiden. Ein weiterer Vorteil: Es kann für Menschen gar aussagekräftigere Resultate liefern."

copyright: Walliser Bote  / Fotos WB/ANDREA SOLTERMANN

Steriler Arbeitsplatz. Dr. Chennakesava Cuddapah achtet auf eine sterile Arbeitsumgebung. Die In-vitro-Modelle und Zellkulturen dürfen nicht verunreinigt werden.

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source : Walliser Bote Zeitung

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News
13.06.2019
3DPRINT.COM

European Bioprinting Company regenHU is Paving the Way in Therapeutical Bioprinting

source: 3DPRINT.COMArticle direct link | author: by Vanesa Listek 

regenHU bioprinter at work 

Nestled in the Fribourg countryside, amid medieval towns, deep mountain lakes, and Swiss-alpine traditions, bioprinting company regenHU (which stands for regeneration human) is developing some of the most advanced 3D printers in Europe and creating alliances with research institutions that are quickly making it a leader in this emerging field. Recent advances have given them the tools for fabrication of biomimetic tissue constructs, tissue growth technologies, and drug discovery. Just over a mont...

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BIOPRINTING SOLUTIONS

3D BIOPRINTERS

– 3DDISCOVERY™

– 3DDISCOVERY™ EVOLUTION

– BIOFACTORY™

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BIOMATERIALS

– ECM BIOINK™

– OSTEOINK™

– STARK™

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BIOPRINTING SOFTWARE

– BioCAM™

– BioCAD™

– BioCUT™

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PARTNERS ACHIEVEMENTS

Die Curio Biotech SA in Visp bietet eine Alternative für Kosmetik- und Medikamententests

"Die Curio Biotech SA in Visp testet Kosmetikprodukte oder Medikamente im Labor an menschlichen Zellkulturen. Mit solchen Prozedere lassen sich viele Tierversuche vermeiden. Ein weiterer Vorteil: Es kann für Menschen gar aussagekräftigere Resultate liefern."

copyright: Walliser Bote  / Fotos WB/ANDREA SOLTERMANN

Steriler Arbeitsplatz. Dr. Chennakesava Cuddapah achtet auf eine sterile Arbeitsumgebung. Die In-vitro-Modelle und Zellkulturen dürfen nicht verunreinigt werden.

Lesen das komplet Artikel.

source : Walliser Bote Zeitung

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3D Printing of Personalized Thick and Perfusable Cardiac Patches and Hearts

Once again, the flexibility of our technologies is showcased. 3DDiscovery™ Evolution was adapted to FRESH 3D Bioprinting to build vascularized and perfusable cardiac patches.


ABSTRACT : "Generation of thick vascularized tissues that fully match the patient still remains an unmet challenge in cardiac tissue engineering. Here, a simple approach to 3D‐print thick, vascularized, and perfusable cardiac patches that completely match the immunological, cellular, biochemical, and anatomical properties of the patient is reported. To this end, a biopsy of an omental tissue is taken from patients....

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A Stimuli-Responsive Nanocomposite for 3D Anisotropic Cell-Guidance and Magnetic Soft Robotics

"A novel method is presented to biofabricate anisotropic nanocomposite  hydrogels through a mild and biocompatible process driven by multiple  external stimuli: magnetic field, temperature, and light. The  functionality of this stimuliresponsive hydrogel is studied creating i)  3D cell-instructive platforms for in vitro morphogenesis, and ii) a 3D  printable magnetoresponsive ink for fabricating small-scale bioinspired soft robots"

source : Advandced Science News

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SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS

Biofabrication of spatially organised tissues by directing the growth of cellular spheroids within 3D printed polymeric microchambers

Author: Andrew C. Daly and Daniel J. Kelly

Abstract: Successful tissue engineering requires the generation of human scale implants that mimic the structure, composition and mechanical properties of native tissues. Here, we report a novel biofabrication strategy that enables the engineering of structurally organised tissues by guiding the growth of cellular spheroids within arrays of 3D printed polymeric microchambers. With the goal of engineering stratified articular cartilage, inkjet bioprinting was used to deposit defined numbers of mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) and chondrocytes into pre-printed microchambers. These jetted cell suspensions rapidly underwent condensation within the hydrophobic microchambers, leading to the formation of organised arrays of cellular spheroids. The microchambers were also designed to provide boundary conditions to these spheroids, guiding their growth and eventual fusion, leading to the development of stratified cartilage tissue with a depth-dependant collagen fiber architecture that mimicked the structure of native articular cartilage. Furthermore, the composition and biomechanical properties of the bioprinted cartilage was also comparable to the native tissue. Using multi-tool biofabrication, we were also able to engineer anatomically accurate, human scale, osteochondral templates by printing this microchamber system on top of a hypertrophic cartilage region designed to support endochondral bone formation and then maintaining the entire construct in long-term bioreactor culture to enhance tissue development. This bioprinting strategy provides a versatile and scalable approach to engineer structurally organised cartilage tissues for joint resurfacing applications.

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