Capsules Based optical sensors for monitoring microenvironmental changes in 3D cell cultures
۳D-printed patches for long term release of drugs to treat myocardial infarction
Noninvasive in vivo 3D bioprinting
Oxygen Generating Bioinks: An Approach Providing Oxygen to Cells Encapsulated in Non Vasculirized Grafts
Intravital three dimensional bioprinting
Intracorporeal 3D bioprinting using a gelatin-based bioink
The First 3D Bioprinting Experiment In Space Is Achieved
۳D bioprinting of constructs made of hydrogels and thermoplastic polymers for articular cartilage engineering
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(A Handheld 3D Bioprinter is Developed to Reconstruct Volumetric Muscle Loss (VML
Reconstructive surgery is yet not successful in the regeneration of volumetric muscle loss (VML). The defect geometry is patient dependent which limits the reliability of many common methods. 3D bioprinting, as a new emerging technology, can circumvent many of...
The First International One-day Symposium on Additive Manufacturing and Bioprinting
First International one-day symposium on Additive Manufacturing” will be held in Tehran at AmirKabir University of Technology on January 22, 2020. Major attractions of this event would revolve around workshop, oral presentations, competition and exhibition. 3D bioprinting competition and...
Implantable blood vessels 3D bioprinted from human cells
Researchers in South Korea have reported, 3D printed a biomimetic blood vessel – derived from human smooth muscle and endothelial cells – bringing 3D printed vascular structures a step closer to clinical use Reference
Harvard researchers have found SWIFT way to make 3D-printed organs more viable
Researchers from the Wyss Institute and Harvard demonstrated a new biomanufacturing method, known as SWIFT, which uses stem-cell-derived OBB tissue matrices that exhibit the requisite cell density, microarchitecture, and function approaching that of native tissues. Reference
UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM RESEARCHERS DEVELOP SLAM 3D BIOPRINTING METHOD
Researchers from the University of Birmingham have developed a new 3D printing method for soft materials which could enable the manufacture of artificial medical implants. Known as Suspended Layer Additive Manufacturing (SLAM), this technique uses a polymer-based hydrogel containing...
Invitation for the challenge of development of bioinks in bio-printing technology
One of the most vital components in bio-printing is bio-ink. For this reason, the development of different inks with unique capabilities is very important. Following this, Convergent Technologies Strategic Center has been holding a competition called “The Challenge of...
The new version of PioneerX4 bioprinter has been introduced by OmidAfarinan with the additional abilities
PioneerX4 V2 bioprinter, a new design and fabrication of the first version of PioneerX4 of OmidAfarinan has introduced. This bioprinter provides unique features like coaxial simultaneous bioprinting, SD card standalone printing and online update of software through USB connection....
Bioengineered 3Dprinted mini heart could change lives of heart disease patients
The Chicago-based biotech company BIOLIFE4D announced that it has successfully 3D-bioprinted a mini human heart. The tiny heart has the same structure as a full-sized heart. Reference
Bioprinting complex living tissue in just a few seconds
Researchers from EPFL and the University Medical Center Utrecht have developed an optical technique that takes just a few seconds to sculpt complex tissue shapes in a biocompatible hydrogel containing stem cells. The resulting tissue can then be vascularized...
” Omid Afarinan 3D-bioprinting lab joined the Laboratory network of Iran
The first comprehensive 3D bioprinting lab has already been set up by Omid Afranan (3D-Bio) Company with the aim of providing a platform for researchers interested in this field. By joining the Iran High-Tech Laboratory Network (LabsNet), it’s possible...
Japanese Researchers BioPrint & Implant Esophageal Cells without Scaffolds
Researchers from Nagasaki University have made further progress in bioprinting and without the use of scaffolds. They created the esophagus-like scaffold-free structures using bio-3D printing. Reference
۳D Bioprinting New Facial Skin
A team from Wake Forest Institute in the United States has used 3D bioprinting technologies to produce customized, bioengineered skin substitutes. The new solution, called BioMask, is incorporated into a dressing and fits tightly and directly onto the facial wound,...
FRESH 3D Printing Used to Rebuild Functional Components of Human Heart
The team of Carnegie Mellon University researchers developed an advanced version of Freeform Reversible Embedding of Suspended Hydrogels (FRESH) technology, to 3D print collagen with unprecedented complexity and construct components of the human heart spanning from small blood vessels to valves...
Handheld 3D printer can print stem cells to help heal joint injuries
Researchers at the University of Wollogong in Australia, have created a BioPen that could give surgeons the ability to build custom tailored osteo-implants during surgical procedures. In future, surgeons could mend damaged bone and cartilage with the stroke of...
Omid Afarinan company joined the global map of 3D Bioprinting
“۳Dprint.com” website which is the most complete and the most prestigious news collection in the field of 3D printing and bioprinting, recently did an interview with the Iranian firm “Omidafarinan Mohandesi Ayande” as the prominent bioprinting company in the...
The 3D-bioprinted bioelectronic platform
A research team at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) at Singapore highlighted that bioprinting can achieve a 3D platform by printing successive layers of biomaterials and electronics. Reference
A 3D Bioprinter Makes a Spinal Cord Implant in 1.6 Seconds
In the quest to restore function after spinal cord injuries, researchers at University of California San Diego have come up with a unique tool — a 3D printed scaffold. This “bioprint” custom scaffold is intended to serve as bridge...
Introduction of the new bioink by Omid Afarinan Company
Hydrogels are one of the main groups of bio-inks for tissue engineering purposes because of their highly hydrated structure, low toxicity, and similarity to the extracellular matrix. Accordingly, Omid Afarinan Company (3D-Bio), has developed a bio-ink based on gelatin...
۳D printed tissues and organs without the scaffolding
A research team at the University of Illinois at Chicago, has developed a process that enables 3D printing of biological tissues without scaffolds using “ink” made up of only stem cells. Reference
Various BioInks in 3D BioPrinting
BioInk development is one of the most challenging aspects of the bioprinting process. While an ideal BioInk must meet the biological needs in terms of cell compatibility, the physical and mechanical requirements of the printing process must also be...
The closing of bioprinting event
The first 3D bioprinting event in Iran ended with the presentation of successful projects in this area, which was done using a bioprinter, at Sharif University of Technology.