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This is a guest post in our series looking at the future of 3D Printing. To celebrate 5 years of reporting on the 3D printing industry, we’ve invited industry leaders and 3D printing experts to give us their perspective and predic [...]

Rice University in Houston, Texas, has received a grant for $5 million from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT). The money is enabling the university to conduct research into creating patient-specific, di [...]

Research from Northwestern University has showcased the ability to 3D print functioning ovaries. Located in Illinois, the team of scientists at Northwestern announced mice implanted with 3D printed ovaries have successfully produc [...]

Researchers at Eindhoven University of Technology (Tu/e) in the Netherlands have released a proof-of-concept article on 3D printed, self-expanding, biodegradable stents. The stents are designed to be minimally invasive, supporting [...]

Using Concept Laser Mlab cusing technology specialist developers at Sutrue, a cardiac device design company, have 3D printed a tool to be used in heart operations. The automated suturing device helps surgeons to stitch together ti [...]

CollPlant (TLV:CLPT) a biotechnology company based in Israel, has created a division to develop collagen-based BioInk for 3D printing. The BioInk is intended for use in 3D bioprinters used to make therapeutic patches and replaceme [...]

Binghampton University students in New York have attempted to create an artificial pancreas using 3D bioprinting. It is hoped the artificial pancreas could be used to treat type 1 diabetes. Diabetes is a condition that relates to [...]

Scientists from the Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden have demonstrated cartilage tissue engineering using 3D Bioprinting. The new research uses 3D printing to produce cartilage replacements and could be used t [...]

Californian bioprinting company Organovo has announced a collaboration with the University of Virginia to utilize bioprinting technology to treat volumetric muscle loss (VML). What is volumetric muscle loss? Volumetric muscle loss [...]

Banner Health is using the LulzBot TAZ 6 to incorporate 3D printed parts into its cancer treatment. Starting with North Colorado Medical Center’s Cancer (NCMC) Institute, Banner Health will use the, “3D printer to enhance treatmen [...]