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3D printing in healthcare improving third world medicine & transplants - 3D Printing Event

3D printing in healthcare improving third world medicine & transplants - 3D Printing Event | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“Much has been said in the past about the power and potential of 3D printers, but the technology itself continues to evolve and deliver new experiences over time.”
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3-D printer to build human heart - The Columbian

3-D printer to build human heart - The Columbian | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“The Columbian 3-D printer to build human heart The Columbian It may sound far-fetched, but scientists are attempting to build a human heart with a 3-D printer. Ultimately, the goal is to ...”
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Ideas that can save lives - CNN

Ideas that can save lives - CNN | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“Ideas that can save lives CNN Bioengineers at the University of Michigan who are creating organs with a 3-D printer. Oncologists in Pennsylvania ... Surgeons in Washington state and Alabama who are learning to operate without making a single cut.”
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Does it have heart? Scientists trying to build functional human heart with 3-D ... - Vancouver Sun

Does it have heart? Scientists trying to build functional human heart with 3-D ... - Vancouver Sun | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“Vancouver Sun Does it have heart? Scientists trying to build functional human heart with 3-D ...”
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3D Printing: An Opportunity Worth Taking | 808 Opinions

3D Printing: An Opportunity Worth Taking | 808 Opinions | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“Most recently however, scientists have made a huge breakthrough, having worked on developing prototypes for a working human heart produced by a 3D printer. Though many have embraced the new technology as a ...”
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Medical Use of 3D Printing Will Ignite Major Ethical Debate ...

Medical Use of 3D Printing Will Ignite Major Ethical Debate ... | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“The technology of 3D "bioprinting" (the medical application of 3D printing to produce living tissue and organs) is advancing so quickly that it will spark a major ethical debate on its use by 2016, according to Gartner Inc.”
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Arthritis sufferers could be among the first to benefit from 3D printing | Watch News Videos Online

Arthritis sufferers could be among the first to benefit from 3D printing | Watch News Videos Online | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“Watch Arthritis sufferers could be among the first to benefit from 3D printing Video Online, on GlobalNews.ca (Local news, international impact! Just one of the many ways Toronto leads innovation in Regenerative Medicine!”
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3d printing in medicine

“This report from Avis Favaro of CTV news is about the use of 3d printing technology for making body remplacement parts and organ replicas.”
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READER SUBMITTED: Innovation At Work: Ethical Implication Of 3D Printing - Hartford Courant

READER SUBMITTED: Innovation At Work: Ethical Implication Of 3D Printing - Hartford Courant | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“READER SUBMITTED: Innovation At Work: Ethical Implication Of 3D Printing Hartford Courant How is it most effective to protect intellectual property when 3-D printers make replicating items easy and at a low cost?”
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Research team uses 3-D printing to produce human cartilage - Medical Xpress

Research team uses 3-D printing to produce human cartilage - Medical Xpress | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“Genetic Engineering News Research team uses 3-D printing to produce human cartilage Medical Xpress In a significant step toward reducing the heavy toll of osteoarthritis around the world, scientists have created the first example of living human...”
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3D-printed living tumors make a better model for cancer research

3D-printed living tumors make a better model for cancer research | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“Medical research is only as good as the model, whether you're using one animal to stand in for another, or creating in vitro replicas of tissue and organs.”
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How 3-D Printing Can Help To Cure Cancer

How 3-D Printing Can Help To Cure Cancer | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“This 3-D printer can print living tumors, and the technology may revolutionize the treatment of cancer.”
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3D Printing Startup SOLS Raises $6.4 Million

3D Printing Startup SOLS Raises $6.4 Million | Bio issues | Scoop.it
SOLS, which makes customized, 3D printed insoles, just announced that it has raised $6.4 million.
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Microscale 3-D Printing - MIT Technology Review

Microscale 3-D Printing - MIT Technology Review | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“Microscale 3-D Printing MIT Technology Review To do this, the researchers had to make inks out of various types of cells and the materials that form the matrix supporting them.”
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3D printing to make spare parts for bodies | Oodweynenews.com

3D printing to make spare parts for bodies | Oodweynenews.com | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“The medical technology of bioprinting, artificially creating human organs and body parts, is racing ahead. How long could it be before we can replace any part of our bodies? ...”
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Cancer Researchers to Create Live Tumors With a 3D Printer - ScienceBlog.com (blog)

Cancer Researchers to Create Live Tumors With a 3D Printer - ScienceBlog.com (blog) | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“ScienceBlog.com (blog) Cancer Researchers to Create Live Tumors With a 3D Printer ScienceBlog.com (blog) While researchers have been able to make cell models and tissues using rapid prototyping methods for some time, Sun's lab, is the first to...”
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3D Livers: a Medical First! - KSAT San Antonio

3D Livers: a Medical First! - KSAT San Antonio | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“3D Livers: a Medical First! KSAT San Antonio But doctors at the Cleveland Clinic now have a new tool to help them during organ transplant procedures. Using a 3D printer, they can print color models of a patient's organs.”
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Microscale 3-D Printing that mixes inks with living cells to semiconductors ... - Next Big Future

“Next Big Future Microscale 3-D Printing that mixes inks with living cells to semiconductors ... Next Big Future To do this, the researchers had to make inks out of various types of cells and the materials that form the matrix supporting them.”
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Synthetic Tissue and Organ Startup Raises $1.68M - ENGINEERING.com

Synthetic Tissue and Organ Startup Raises $1.68M - ENGINEERING.com | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“ENGINEERING.com Synthetic Tissue and Organ Startup Raises $1.68M ENGINEERING.com Called OxSyBio, the Oxford spin-out will continue professor Hagan Bayley's pioneering work in 3D droplet printing technology.”
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Artificial Eyes, Plastic Skulls: 3D Printing Bo...

Artificial Eyes, Plastic Skulls: 3D Printing Bo... | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“Scientists are bioprinting human body parts from ears to bones. Here are some the most impressive advances. (Would you use a "bioprinted" eye? (3D Printing will revolutionize medicine, in dramatic ways.”
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Documentary series 'Inside Man' has segment tonight on Atala - Winston-Salem Journal

Documentary series 'Inside Man' has segment tonight on Atala - Winston-Salem Journal | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“Documentary series 'Inside Man' has segment tonight on Atala Winston-Salem Journal Spurlock heard Atala speak at a TED conference several years ago about experiments to develop a 3-D printer that uses living cells to “print” a transplantable kidney.”
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3D printing cancer cells | TG Daily

3D printing cancer cells | TG Daily | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“Drexel's Wei Sun, PhD, Albert Soffa chair professor in the College of Engineering, has devised a method for 3D printing tumors that could soon be taking cancer research out of the petri dish. ...”
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Organ Regeneration Technology Versus 3D Bio-Printing - h+ Magazine

Organ Regeneration Technology Versus 3D Bio-Printing - h+ Magazine | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“Organ Regeneration Technology Versus 3D Bio-Printing h+ Magazine Two recent reports indicate that medical researchers are making progress in constructing organs using 3D printing technology. The first comes from the ...”
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3D Printed Cast Speeds Bone Recovery Using Ultrasound | I Fucking Love Science

3D Printed Cast Speeds Bone Recovery Using Ultrasound | I Fucking Love Science | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“A new prototype brings together 3D printing, room to breathe and ultrasound pulses to create a cast that is not only comfortable and stylish to wear but is expected to speed healing relative to existing options.”
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How Companies Are Already Using 3D Printing in Revolutionary ...

How Companies Are Already Using 3D Printing in Revolutionary ... | Bio issues | Scoop.it
“Over the next five to 10 years, Organovo wants to be able to use individual patient cells to print tissue that can be used to patch failing organs and eventually to print out entire organs. In addition to the liver ...”
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