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About the Lattice this week: We found this amazing lattice from @prellisbio on #Instagram. “Image description: 3D astrocytes cultured on VTBs – vascular bundles – from the Prellis lab).“
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Tsunami Medical deploys four additional Mlab systems for implants November 9th, 2020 @tsunamimedical @GEAdditive
Materialise Obtains CE Marking Certification for Multiple Personalized Medical Devices November 10th, 2020 @MaterialiseNV
Stryker completes acquisition of Wright Medical November 11th, 2020 @Stryker_TE @wrightmedical
Inovus CTO on using 3D printing to create affordable medical training devices November 11th, 2020 @Inovusmedical
New Research Shows Biopixlar’s Unique Bioprinting Capacity November 10th, 2020 @FluicellAB @karolinskainst #CellectriconAB
Fluicell makes its mark in neuroscience field November 11th, 2020 @FluicellAB
These Printable UV Sensors From Allevi Authors Could Save You From A Sunburn In The Future [See more from ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces] November 12th, 2020 @Allevi3D
Copper3D, Antimicrobial Additive Tested Against Human Coronavirus : Cuprionix additives are the result of more than 10 years of R&D by teams of Chilean scientists that have been based on the powerful antimicrobial properties of copper to develop a portfolio of additives, materials and solutions scientifically proven by the most prestigious international laboratories. The latest validation that this technology has received was given by the Pasteur Institute (France), which verifies the powerful antiviral action of the Cuprionix additive against Human Coronavirus. November 5th, 2020 @Copper3D_Global @Petrocheme
COVID-19 Has Thrust 3-D Printing Into the Spotlight : In the early days of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, 3-D printing was a star performer, grabbing headlines left and right. Seemingly everyone was printing something for their local hospital. November 13th, 2020 @3Diligent
NIH COVID-19 Supply Chain Response [Updated] : This collection represents a coordinated effort among the NIH/NIAID, FDA, VA, and America Makes to support the manufacturing of personal protective equipment (PPE) or other necessary medical devices that are in short supply due to the COVID-19 pandemic. November 14th, 2020 @NIH
How to View Cases in Mimics Viewer | Materialise Mimics 22July 3rd, 2020@MaterialiseNV
TRUMPF: Ask the Expert – Metal 3D printing in medical technology November 13th, 2020 @TRUMPFtube @TRUMPF_News
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