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3D-printed tumour model paves way for faster, affordable, and less invasive cancer care

An international research team from the University of Waterloo has developed an innovative method that combines advanced bioprinting technologies with synthetic structures, such as microfluidic chips, to enhance 3D modelling of complex cancers.

Australia paves the way for bioprinting with University of Sydney breakthrough

It is becoming more apparent that researchers are pushing the boundaries of medical science as additional knowledge about the nation's efforts in bioprinting continues to surface. Australia's biotechnology sector has prospered for years as trailblazing researchers advance their discoveries.

Emerging bioprinting industry to show stark growth, says report

A report from market research provider SmarTech Analysis has revealed that revenues in the bioprinting industry are expected to reach approximately $1.2 billion in...

Inventia Life Science wins 2019 Good Design Award of the Year for its Rastrum...

Australian biomedical company Inventia Life Science is the winner of the 2019 Good Design Award of the Year for its Rastrum 3D Bioprinter –...

Aussie scientists create new 3D bioprinter that offers diabetes cure, marking the beginning of...

Thanks to researchers from the University of Wollongong (UOW), Australians now have access to revolutionary treatment for people with Type 1 Diabetes. UOW scientists have...

Australia’s first 3D bioprinter installed at Murdoch Children’s Research Institute

Federal minister Greg Hunt officially launched Australia’s first ever 3D bioprinter at the Murdoch Children’s  Research Institute (MCRI) last week. The 3D bioprinter was provided...

The University of Wollongong launches free online 3D body part printing course

The University of Wollongong’s (UOW) Australian Institute for Innovative Materials has launched a month-long course in 3D body part printing titled  “Bioprinting: 3D Printing...

Bio-printing reaches new milestone with 3D printed blood vessels 

Scientists from Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts have used 3D bio-printing techniques to create the first synthetic blood vessels. This is quite an...

Additive Manufacturing strengthens 3D opportunity in medical technology

The capabilities of Additive Manufacturing (AM) are increasingly being employed to service the needs of the medical technology (medtech) segment, enhancing product customisation and...

3D printing- the next step towards immortality?

The importance of bioprinting cannot be overstated, as it holds greats potential to unlock incredible advancements in the medical science but also to provide...
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