Stanford Uni 3D-printed centrifuge

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3D printing may be at the heart of a new cost-effective method for lesser developed countries to test for illnesses such as malaria. Stanford University scientists have produced centrifuges from paper and string, as well as 3D-printed plastic. more

16 Jan 2017 14:07 News

Cellink Bio X Bioprinter


Cellink has launched the BIO X printer to its range of bioprinters, which provides tissue engineers with both pneumatic and syringe extrusion technologies in one system. more

13 Jan 2017 14:51 News

A General Electric software engineer is aiming to make a global impact with 3D-printed custom prosthetic hands after fitting his first patient at the end of 2016. Lyman Connor is now looking to upscale production and make a worldwide impact. more

12 Jan 2017 11:06

Oxford Uni joint 3D model

University of Oxford

Researchers from Oxford University have created interactive 3D models of human joints showing how common medical complaints have arisen and how skeletons may evolve in the future. The 3D models have been created by Oxford University Researchers. more

10 Jan 2017 10:52 News

Find A Better Way bone project

Find A Better Way

Synthetically grown 3D-printed bone will soon be a reality for survivors of landmine accidents after a £2.8 million regenerative medicine project at the University of Glasgow was launched. The project will be funded by Sir Bobby Charlton's charity. more

19 Dec 2016 14:59 News

Chinese blood vessel


A group of Chinese medical researchers have used 3D printing to create natural blood vessels. Sichuan Revotek, developers of the world’s first bio-printer in 2015, have used the technology to find potential solutions for organ failure sufferers. more

12 Dec 2016 14:58 News

Oventus Medical O2Vent

Oventus Medical

Australian sleep apnoea specialist, Oventus Medical opens a new 3D printing facility to help advance its research into solutions for snoring. Oventus will continue to work on its O2Vent device, which optimises the intake of air and reduces snoring. more

9 Dec 2016 14:42 News

Parents-to-be will soon be able to have a greater understanding of what is happening to their unborn child thanks to 3D foetal models created from MRI scans. The 3D-printed models could be used to visualise the internal organs of a foetus. more

6 Dec 2016 15:18 Imaging

Celprogen Inc

Celprogen Inc

Celprogen Inc, a leader in the Stem Cell Research and Therapeutics industry since 2002, have successfully finished printing a 3D pancreas model from flexible Poly Lactic Acid (PLA) material scaffold. more

5 Dec 2016 11:23 News

3D printed kidney

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Physicians at the University of Rochester Medical Centre (URMC) have used 3D printers to develop fabricated artificial organs that can even physically bleed when cut. These 3D models are said to be incredibly realistic and mimic the real thing. more

30 Nov 2016 09:26 News

Phillips IntelliSpace Portal 9.0


Dutch tech giants, Philips have introduced their new IntelliSpace Portal 9.0 analysis platform, which features enhanced 3D printing options, at the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting. more

29 Nov 2016 10:47 News

Vital Images RSNA 2016

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Stratasys and Vital Images, a Minneapolis-based enterprise medical imaging and informatics company, are collaboratively exhibiting 3D printing and the automated segmentation of medical images at the Radiological Society of North America 2016. more

28 Nov 2016 15:45 News

Herston lab 3D printer

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A biofabrication institute, which will image, model and manufacture 3D-printed tissues, will open in Brisbane in 2017. The institute will allow specialists to collaborate and find how 3D tissues can improve patients' quality of life. more

22 Nov 2016 12:34 News

Anatomy training is the latest sector to incorporate 3D printing, allowing medical students to physically examine replica body parts. This latest development could revolutionise the way medicine is taught, removing the need for cadavers. more

11 Nov 2016 10:27 News 1 Comments

Alex Berry founder of Sutrue and Mr Richard Trimlett, Consultant Adult Cardiac Surgeon at the Royal Brompton Hospital opened TCT Show 2016 with an astonishing keynote. Here's the story in full. more

8 Nov 2016 10:23

TCT Podcast is back! The 2016 edition of TCT Show was opened with one of THE most awe-inspiring stories ever to be told in 3D printing. We've compiled the audio of the keynote for your listening pleasure. more

8 Nov 2016 10:06 podcast

UK-based implant specialist, Osteogen has produced an ulnar implant for dogs using Proto Labs 3D printing to mimic the structure of bone tissue. more

1 Nov 2016 10:26 News

Alex Berry, founder and inventor of Sutrue is the opening keynote of TCT Show 2016, he will be joined on stage by Adult Cardiac Surgeon Dr Richard Trimlett to discuss the latest in medical 3D printed devices. more

25 Sep 2016 13:00 TCT Show

Editor, Daniel O’Connor looks at how one woman’s quest for sporting gold at Rio 2016 could open up a world of customised prosthesis for victims of war. more

11 Jul 2016 15:40 News

Daniel O'Connor reports from this morning's RAPID 2016 keynote on how the University of Michigan are printing life saving trachea implants that grow along with humans. more

18 May 2016 16:52 RAPID + TCT

3D Systems to showcase all-in-one medical 3D printer at LMT LAB DAY in Chicago. more

25 Feb 2015 12:27 News

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