Regenerative Medicine

  • Ten breast scaffold patients and 5 pectus patients using BellaSeno’s 3D printed resorbable implants have successfully passed one-year follow-up in Australian clinical trials. BellaSeno is an ISO 13485-certified medtech company…

  • Ronawk, a leader in Advanced Tissue Mimetic Technologies, has named B9Creations its Global Additive Manufacturing Partner, after a joint development effort to automate and mass produce Ronawk’s Bio-Blocks. This is…

  • BellaSeno receives financial support from Queensland government to establish facility for 3D printed medical implants, in Australia.

    The Australian subsidiary of BellaSeno, an ISO 13485-certified medtech company developing resorbable scaffolds using additive manufacturing technologies, has recently received financial assistance through the Queensland government’s Industry Partnership Program. The…

  • 3D printing shows potential to cure neurological diseases. Thanks to bio-inks developed by Dr. Griffith from the University of South Australia

    According to the University of South Australia’s (UniSA) materials engineer Associate Professor Matthew Griffith, ‘incurable’ diseases such as blindness, deafness, chronic pain, epilepsy, motor neuron disease, and Parkinson’s disease, could…

  • 3D printing to enable new osteoporosis treatment thanks to a collaborative effort between TSU and Sharif University of Technology.

    According to the World Health Organization, osteoporosis, which significantly increases the risk of bone fracture, is one of the most common non-communicable diseases – ranking fourth after cardiovascular disease, diabetes…

  • Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine and Cornell Engineering use 3D printing to realistically replicate a human ear.

    Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine and Cornell Engineering have assembled a replica of an adult human ear that reportedly looks and feels natural, thanks to state-of-the-art tissue engineering and a…

  • Woman receives worlds first 3D printed windpipe transplant. The trachea took less than two weeks to print and half a day to implant.

    According to BBC Science Focus, the world’s first 3D printed organ – which is partly made from another person’s stem cells – has been successfully transplanted into a patient, in…

  • The medical additive manufacturing sector is one of the most significant adopters of 3D printing technologies for the production of consumer-targeted, end-use products, including prosthetics and orthotics, implants, devices and…

  • Research from IOCB Prague and Ghent University enables more personalized plastic surgery thanks to the 3D printing of gelatin-based materials

    Researchers from IOCB Prague and Ghent University have expanded the potential medical uses of gelatin-based materials, such as for plastic and reconstructive surgery. In a paper published in ACS Applied…

  • Bioconvergence company BICO is partnering with Nanochon, a startup developing regenerative joint replacements. Under the terms of the deal, Nanochon will purchase $1.5 million worth of products and services from…

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