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Medical 3-D Printing Will 'Enable a New Kind of Future'

NEW YORK -- Advances in 3-D printing and medical technology will soon make it possible to construct human tissue in a lab, implant it in a patient and watch it grow into the body. Tissue engineering, as it's called, was just one of the exciting new ... Huffington Post, 2 days ago
3-D printing furthers medical advancements, 1 month ago

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How Essential is 3D Printing?

It seems like anything can be 3D printed. Titanium aircraft components, tinted resin, and human tissue (liver is relatively easy) have all recently emerged from 3D printers. Shapeways pioneered the tinted resin, which still has some bugs to work out ...
 Product Design and Development2 days ago Cyfuse said to raise ¥1.4 billion for human tissue printing  Japan Times1 month ago Cyfuse Said to Win $12 Million Funding for Human Tissue Printing  Bloomberg1 month ago Cyfuse said to win funding for 3D human tissue printing  KiniBiz1 month ago

Cyfuse Said to Raise $12 Million for Human Tissue Printing

(Update with Shibuya Kogyo share price in second paragraph.) Cyfuse agreed to sell a stake to 12 domestic investors including medical-device manufacturer Shibuya Kogyo Co. and health information provider M3 Inc., the people said, asking not to be ...
 Washington Post1 month ago

Perturbation-Expression Analysis Identifies RUNX1 as a Regulator of Human Mammary Stem Cell Differentiation

Introduction Adult stem cells are functionally defined based on their ability to regenerate tissues. This unique regenerative ability can be recapitulated in culture models, where single stem cells, but not differentiated cells, form tissue ...
 Plosone.org5 days ago Functioning brain tissue grown in 3-D structure  Science Daily2 months ago

Organovo Provides Market Update

Organovo remains extremely excited about the early commercial success of our exVive3D Human Liver Tissue and we continue to believe it has a strong commercial future in front of it. Nothing has changed from the Company's perspective, nor are we in ...
 Wall Street Select1 month ago 3D-printed organs mimic behavior of heart, lungs  Red Orbit3 days ago Organovo Guides Below Revenue Estimates  Earnings Whispers3 days ago Organovo Holdings, Inc. Pre-Announces Preliminary Fiscal 2015 Fourth Quarter And Year End Financial Information  BioSpace3 days ago

3D Bioprinting Human Chondrocytes with NanocelluloseAlginate Bioink for Cartilage Tissue Engineering Applications

 Biomacromolecules2 weeks ago Biological Cell Printers - BioBots' Medical 3D Printing Machine Creates Functional Living Tissue (  Trend Hunter1 month ago Researchers can now 3D-print nose cartilage in 16 minutes  Engadget1 month ago 3D printer re-creates human cartilage  Medical Plastics News1 month ago

Russian scientists invent bio-cement that will regenerate human bone tissue

Flickr/ Adrian Barnes Doctors are set to scan damaged bones and 3D-print the missing parts, which will later transform into the recipient's own tissue. The scientists of the Russian National Research Nuclear University developed a technique to ...
 Sott.net3 weeks ago Russian scientists create 'bio-cement' for human bones  Groong2 weeks ago Russian scientists fix bones with bio cement  Russia Today2 weeks ago
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Tissue Model to Assesses Inhaled Chemicals, Pollutants

A 3-D model of human respiratory tissue has been shown to be an effective platform for measuring the impact of chemicals, like those found in cigarette smoke, or other aerosols on the lung. Effective lab-based tests are required to eliminate the ...
 Laboratory Equipment1 month ago
Boston Magazine

Researchers Are Using Origami to Study Human Tissue Engineering

Carol Livermore, a professor at Northeastern University, is leading the effort. For those who are suffering fromdisease or traumatic injuries, receiving an organ transplant can be the difference between life and death. But the U.S. Department of ...
 Boston Magazine1 month ago

What's Needed to Achieve Scalable Production of Tissues

Producing or growing tissues that could avoid the immune response of donor tissues sounds far fetched, but in some limited applications has already been achieved. Tissues for drug development testing are already available. Replacement skin is ...
 Medical Design Technology1 day ago
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