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3D-bioprinted active tumour could transform cancer research

Scientists have used 3D printing biotechnology to create a complex model of a glioblastoma tumour. Researchers from Tel Aviv University in Israel have used 3D...
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3D printed knee implants could cut surgery times and improve arthritis treatment

A new treatment has been developed using personalised, 3D printed implants to help improve the lives of thousands of arthritis sufferers. Engineers from the University...
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Low-cost sensor insoles can detect risk of diabetic foot ulcers

A new low-cost method, using 3D-printed structures, has been developed by scientists to help prevent diabetic foot ulcers. Researchers from the Centre for Biomechanics and...
Preserving muscle mass in COVID-19 patients with electronic stockings

Preserving muscle mass in COVID-19 patients with electronic stockings

A team of researchers has developed electronic support stockings that have proven to be effective at counteracting a significant loss of muscle mass. A team...
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3D printing technology boosts hospital efficiency and eases pressures

Researchers investigating the benefits of 3D printing technology found it can deliver significant improvements to the running of hospitals. A new study has found that...
Superstructures could help grow neurons for regenerative medicine

Superstructures could help grow neurons for regenerative medicine

Researchers have discovered a new printable biomaterial that could help create neurons for regenerative medicine to treat patients with neurodegenerative diseases and spinal cord...
FRESH 3D-printing could revolutionise organ transplantation

FRESH 3D-printing could revolutionise organ transplantation

A new 3D-bioprinting method has tackled a common problem with the 3D-printing of organs which could help revolutionise organ transplantation. Research into 3D bioprinting has...
Discover the new 3D printed ventilator that requires no electricity

Discover the new 3D printed ventilator that requires no electricity

Ventilators are currently in short supply across the world as healthcare systems race to treat patients suffering from COVID-19. Now, a research collaboration has...
Blueprints for better healthcare: tackling supply demand with open source

Blueprints for better healthcare: tackling supply demand with open source

A new study has highlighted how free, open source hardware and 3D printing can help global healthcare systems tackle the demand for health supplies...
World-first: new 4D printing technique has biomedical applications

World-first: new 4D printing technique has biomedical applications

A group of researchers have made a world-first discovery that can be used for biomedical applications. Delivering cancer drugs more efficiently and tissue engineering are...
The digital anatomy 3D printer: Bringing ultra-realistic simulation and realism to models

The digital anatomy 3D printer: Bringing ultra-realistic simulation and realism to models

The days of using cadavers or animals for medical training and surgical preparation may be numbered with Stratasys digital anatomy 3D printer. 3D printing leader...
New 3D printing technique for biomaterials offers a major step forward

New 3D printing technique for biomaterials offers a major step forward

A new way of 3D printing soft materials such as gels and collagens offers a major step forward in the manufacture of artificial medical...
World’s first life-saving 3D printed kidney changing the game for surgical operations

World’s first life-saving 3D printed kidney changing the game for surgical operations

At this years SXSW event, the 3D printed kidney took the spotlight, highlighting the technology behind the procedure and demonstrating the future of complex...
Introducing the surgeon who used 3D printing software for a life-changing transplant

Introducing the surgeon who used 3D printing software for a life-changing transplant

Presenting Dr. Tim Brown, consultant transplant surgeon at Belfast City Hospital, Northern Ireland, who used 3D printing software to aid a complex, life-changing operation. Brown...
A new approach to healing

A new approach to healing

Panu Lahtinen, a senior scientist at the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, discusses his innovative wound care solution. By 2020 the global wound care...

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