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Ourobotics CEO Jemma Redmond Dies Unexpectedly

Ourobotics CEO Jemma Redmond, one of the most outspoken and forward thinking professionals in the young low cost 3D bioprinting industry, has reportedly died unexpectedly yesterday, August 16th. As founder of bioprinting startup Ourobotics, Jemma has been working on a low cost bioprinter capable of working with up to 10 different materials. Through her blogs […]

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3D Printed Rhino Horn by Bioprinting Startup Pembient Is for Real (Kinda)

Sometimes you read news on generalist media about 3D printing and it’s hard to understand whether it is something real or just media hype. Most of the times it is media or social media hype (or inverse hype as in the recent “3D printing is dead” cases) especially when it concerns bioprinting applications. One of […]

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I Met CELLINK’s Erik Gatenholm Totally by Chance and It Was INKredible

Those who followed my articles on 3DPI might remember the weird set of incredible coincidences that seemed to follow me in my travels around the work of 3D printing. It seemed the weirdness was slowing down lately instead things just got much, much stranger as I have just run into Erik Gatenholm, Co-Founder and CEO […]

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Nanoscribe’s 3D Printer Established On The US Market

In June, the 3D printer manufacturer Nanoscribe held its first user meeting in the US at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In collaboration with the institution’s Center for Nanoscale Systems (CNS), which makes a Nanoscribe laser lithography system available both to internal and external users in its multi-user facility, the market and technology leader invited […]

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Nanoscribe Creates Smallest Ever Lattice Structures, Spermbots, and More

In an industry where most innovators are looking to go bigger, the Germany-based 3D printing company Nanoscribe aims to disrupt the industry on a much smaller scale. Currently, the microfabrication pioneers have involved themselves in a number of projects, and are continuing to expand their reach around the globe. In their latest news release, Nanoscribe revealed their […]

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The 20 Most Influential Women in 3D Printing

The 3D printing industry is a male-dominated industry, but it’s gradually changing. These are the 25 most influential women in 3D printing. The 3D printing industry is historically a very male-dominated industry, and you’d struggle to find many women in leading positions. But this situation is gradually changing for the better, and as the 3D printing […]

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The Next Generation of 3D Printing Starts with the New 6+1 Material Stratasys J750 3D Printer

This is going to be a year of transition for 3D printing, a year that will see many big names try to make their mark, including HP. These giants, however, will have to compete with current industry leader Stratasys, which is going to put up a fight to lead the next generation of 3D printing, […]

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New Bioinks by CELLINK Take Desktop Bioprinting to the Next Level

CELLINK, the young Swedish startup that is rapidly becoming a leader in desktop bioprinting, released two new bioinks that scientists can utilize to take the bioprinting of human tissues and organs to the next level. The first of these, CELLINK A, is made out of ultrapure alginate and is one of the new bioinks that many of […]

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