3D Bioprinting Guide for Parkinson’s Disease: Neural Model Development An end-to-end protocol detailing how to maxmimize success when printing with MSCs to develop neural models
Bioprinting: Revolutionizing the search for new cancer treatments and cures One of the biggest challenges in cancer drug and therapeutics development today is that 85%
Revolutionizing Medicine The Potential of 3D Printed Organs When talking about 3D printed organs, it is important to note that we humans are not yet
The BIONOVA X is the world’s first digital light processing (DLP) 3D bioprinter compatible with such a wide range of biomaterials and living cells.
A huge day for bioprinting as doctors were able to transplant an ear bioprinted utilizing the patients own cells. A team of doctors led by
Whether you are new to bioprinting or a first-time BIO X user, the recently published “Protocol for Printing 3D Neural Tissues Using the BIO X Equipped with a Pneumatic Printhead” is a must-read.
We offer a wide range of bioinks and biomaterials to ensure the viability of cells before, during and after bioprinting. Each optimized formulation confers the
Introduction to coaxial bioprinting Multimaterial bioprinting is used to achieve complex structures composed of two or more hydrogels that are able to modulate mechanical, chemical
Although the past decade has yielded significant reductions in the cancer death rate around the world, cancer is still the second leading cause of death globally, accounting for about 10 million deaths in 2020.
When it comes to your bioprinting needs, CELLINK have got you covered. Whether you’re just getting started, or looking to take your bioprinting to the
The development of a functional 3D liver model requires synergy of multiple liver-specific cells to create a physiologically relevant microenvironment. CELLINK’s BIO X™ provides an
To study the complexities of lung cancer, the leading cause of cancer-related deaths, and the mechanisms that drive metastasis, more physiologically relevant in vitro models
Extrusion Bioprinting vs DLP Bioprinting, Explained Extrusion bioprinting and DLP bioprinting are both 3D printing technologies focused on biofabricated constructs. From stiff bone to soft
Taking a drug to market is a competitive, costly and challenging process involving preclinical laboratory and animal testing before the even more time-consuming and expensive four phases of human clinical trials, which can take as many as 7 to 15 years at price
Cancer is a large group of diseases characterized by the abnormal growth of cells. It is the second leading cause of death globally, accounting for
Collagen, which contributes to tissue structure, cell-cell interactions and cellular reorganization, is widely used in tissue engineering studies. Its abundant binding sites, easy gelation and
The biopolymer gelatin methacrylate (GelMA) is widely used by scientists transitioning from 2D cell culturing to 3D cell culturing for a range of applications, including cancer research, drug testing, toxicology, and tissue engineering. Here are 5 reasons why.
From our whiteboard to your lab bench, CELLINK’s process of delivering game-changing solutions revolves around your success. We listen to our customers to incorporate feedback
CELLINK joins Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE Lab global accelerator program CELLINK today announced that it has joined Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE Lab global accelerator program, with the
How this doctor is using bioprinting to improve quality of life for patients with diabetes
In this guide, we’ll do a deep-dive into the effects of printing pressure on a bioprinted construct and different methods of extrusion-based bioprinting. Extrusion-based bioprinting
CELLINK’s Electromagnetic Droplet (EMD) Printhead leverages inkjet technology to enable users to print at high speeds with precision. With integrated heat control, the EMD Printhead
We know that no one eats, sleeps and breathes bioprinting like CELLINK does. Since we’re constantly developing new capabilities for the scientists we support, we’re
Space exploration comes with a lot of physiological effects that are not fully understood. If we want to continue expanding the length and frequency of
Dr. Grissel Trujillo de Santiago from Tecnológico de Monterrey’s School of Engineering and Sciences received the 2019 Women in Science L’Oréal-Unesco-Conacyt-AMC award on May 3.
When a bioprinter is printing away at a conference or trade show, it could be mistakeable for a traditional 3D printer from afar – only
On Monday, a team of researchers at Tel Aviv University produced the world’s first bioprinted human heart using a patient’s own cells and biomaterials. “This
When it comes to space exploration, workplace hazards come with the territory. But why would researchers choose to work in space to improve treatment for
Bioprinting is an additive manufacturing process similar to 3D printing – it uses a digital file as a blueprint to print an object layer by layer. But unlike
With the thermostat set, the temperature of the room dropped to 15 degrees below zero Celsius, equal to 5 degrees Fahrenheit. A camera captured the
The first bioprinter was made in 2003 and the field of bioprinting has been growing rapidly ever since – it’s expected to reach a market
Printing human skin tissue models is one of the clear benefits of 3D bioprinting technology. In this blog, we will recap what Jim Engström and