About the Lattice this week: We found this beautiful photograph of a kidney organoid on Instagram @ibecbarcelona “(IBEC Barcelona Bioengineering, the Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia, an interdisciplinary research center focused on bioengineering and nanomedicine.) “Chimeric kidney organoid (formed from mouse kidney progenitors and renal progenitors derived from human pluripotent stem cells); in green “PAX8” which marks the “nascent nephrons” and renal progenitors, in blue “DAPI” which marks the nuclei of all cells. (Nephron: basic structural and functional unit of the kidney, which constantly filters out waste products from the blood). Photo by: Elena Garreta, Pluripotency for organ regeneration group”
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4D bioprinting developer, Rokit, preps for IPO March 5th, 2021 @HealthcareRokit
CELLINK launches the BIO MDX Series , a scaled-up revolution in biomedical manufacturing March 15th, 2021 @CELLINK3D
Desktop Metal Launches Desktop Health to Redefine Patient-Specific HealthcareMarch 15th, 2021 @DesktopMetal
Aster RV Hospital, Bengaluru Based, Uses 3D Printing To Help Yemen Blast Victim Walk Again March 16th, 2021 @asterbangalore
Lab-created heart valves can grow with the recipient [read more at Science Translation Medicine] March 17th, 2021 @UMNews
3D-printed medical implants rival performance of less flexible devices [read more at Materials Today] March 18th, 2021 @StanfordMed @MayoClinic @WSUTriCities
Echocardiogram testing of a 3D printed tri-tube heart valve March 18th, 2021 @UMNews
Convert intraoral scans into 3D printable models March 19th, 2021 @formlabs
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