Success stories

Discover the impact of our technology on the future of health through our customers' stories.

We’re proud to showcase the ways in which our technology is making a real difference in the world, and the incredible potential it holds for the future. Learn from our customers’ successes and see how they’re pushing the boundaries of bioprinting with our support.

AIMES, Karolinska Institutet

Prof. Ferdinand Xiankeng Choong, at the Center for Advancement of Integrated Medical and Engineering Sciences (AIMES) at Karolinska Institutet, uses 3D bioprinting to increase the understanding of biofilms and bacteria.

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

With a background in materials engineering, and by seeing the advancements in 3D printing, Dr. Kaushik Chatterjee from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, envisions the ability to print dynamic structures which pave the way for complex tissue development and personalized medical devices.

Linköping University

Dr. Daniel Aili from Linköping University and Dr. Anna Herland from KTH Royal Institute of Technology set out to create biomimetic models which more accurately reflect the human brain, enabling accurate, cheaper and less time-consuming research.

Nanyang Technological University

As 3D bioprinting continues to grow and becoming a key research pillar across pharmaceutical and academic research, earlier education will help researchers make the most out of the technology. Prof. Yeong Wai Yee has set out to tackle the challenges of 3D bioprinting education, seeking to advance its use and efficiency.

Pandorum Technologies

Artificial, 3D-printed corneas is already showing great promise in helping cure a big issue today: corneal blindness. Research teams and innovators, like Pandorum Technologies, are working hard on developing functional corneal tissue, ready to be implanted.

Gothenburg University

Personalized medicine has been on the forefront of many researchers’ minds. An elusive target to develop therapies that treat each patient for exactly their ailments that many spend their time and energy on. Stina Simonsson, a professor and researcher out of Gothenburg University leads a team focused on such work.

Lamprou Lab

Professor Dimitrios Lamprou’s lab chose CELLINK’s BIO X and the FDA-approved polycaprolactone polymer to 3D bioprint biodegradable wound-healing patches for the localized and sustained delivery of antibiotics directly to the site of infected diabetic foot ulcers. Find out why this breakthrough research is more than academic for Dr. Lamprou.

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