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  • IMcoMET Explores Innovative Solutions for Skin Cancer Through Micro-3D Printing


    On April 29, 2024, Antarctic Bear learned that Rotterdam-based startup IMcoMET is using micro-3D printing technology to combat the challenge of skin cancer. The company is committed to developing anti-cancer solutions, particularly for skin cancer treatments. They employ innovative strategies to dev Read More
  • Wirelessly Powered 3D Printed Bio-hybrid Robot


    Biomimetic soft robot is a research subject with broad application prospect because of its excellent characteristics such as autonomous energy supply, high energy conversion rate and self-repair. Combining flexible electronic device set with life-like bionic robot to form bio-hybrid softa team of researchers at Harvard Medical School has developed a wirelessly powered biohybrid soft robot. The team used 3D printing to construct multiple layers of a foldable, biocompatible scaffold on a flexible wireless power supply and control circuit, and then inoculated cardiomyocytes onto the scaffold. The circuit receives electrical energy through the wireless coil and transmits it to the stimulation circuit to stimulate the cardiomyocytes. Since the wireless circuit is integrated into the bio-hybrid robot, the robot's underwater mobility is not constrained by the wires. robot can c Read More
  • 3D Printed Electronic Skin - Human-computer Interaction


    On January 29, 2024, the Antarctic Bear learned that researchers at Texas A&M University (TAMU) have successfully developed a 3D printed electronic skin (E-skin) using a nanoengineered hydrogel with adjustable electronics and thermal biosensing. The electronic skin can bend and stretch freely like human skin, and has sensory functions. Read More
  • BellaSeno Successfully Applied 3D Printing Technology To Repair Bone Damage Caused by Severe Gunshot Wounds


    German medical technology company BellaSeno GmbH has announced that their bioabsorbable stent has been successfully applied to Hannover Medical School through 3D printing technology. This scaffold has an open structure, promotes blood vessel growth, AIDS bone healing, and has anti-infection properties. The team at the Trauma Surgery Clinic at Hannover Medical School successfully used the stent to reconstruct severe bone damage caused by gunshot wounds. Read More

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