APPLICATIONS

Bioprinting is a powerful technology in tissue and organ fabrication which has gained significant interest in medicine, biotech and pharmaceutics.

regenHU dedicates its engineering efforts on supporting the scientific community with cutting-edge bioprinting and biofabrication solutions to enable scientific advancements leading to the development of novel clinical products, therapies and solutions.
To date our bioprinting solutions are used for multidisciplinary applications, among other:

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PARTNERS ACHIEVEMENTS

Partners achievements
19.10.2016
FREIGEIST FELLOWSHIP SUPPORTS DR. IVAN MINEV IN USING 3D PRINTING TO FIND WAYS TO REPAIR DAMAGE IN THE HUMAN BODY

Using 3D printing to find ways to repair damage in the human body

"Dr. Ivan Minev, research group leader at the BIOTEC/CRTD, has been awarded a Freigeist Fellowship from the VolkswagenStiftung. ..." >> Read the complete article.

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Partners achievements
02.06.2015
VIRGINIA.EDU

U.Va. Acquires High-End Bioprinters for Tissue, Organ Fabrication

"The University of Virginia has acquired two new state-of-the-art three-dimensional bioprinters and has begun training lab scientists and bioengineers to “print” tissues that could eventually be used to treat patients with illnesses and injuries ranging from burns to diabetes, and heart, liver and kidney failure.

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Partners achievements
03.06.2015
BIOPRINTER AT UVA DESIGNED TO PRINT HUMAN TISSUE
Partners achievements
28.01.2016
SRF TAGESSCHAU

Novartis Innovate with regenHU bioprinting technology

"Der Schweizer Pharmariese Novartis setzt bei der Medikamentenentwicklung auf einen 3D-Biodrucker. Die Technologie könnte die Anzahl Tierversuche künftig verringern.

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Partners achievements
30.03.2016
IBEC
Partners achievements
30.06.2016
TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY
Partners achievements
30.09.2016

UMC Utrecht and regenHU to develop new bioprinting technology

UTRECHT, 8 July 2016 -- Partnering experts in 3D bioprinting with experts in biomanufacturing has resulted in the first melt electrospinning device that incorporates the use of bio-inks. Housed at the Utrecht Biofabrication Facility, this combination of techniques may lead to improved and more accurate 3D bioprinting for therapeutic use.

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Partners achievements
02.09.2016
TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN

Process for 3D bone printing

Scientists at the Science Foundation Ireland-funded AMBER materials science centre, hosted at Trinity College Dublin

 


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