FLAMIN-GO Project Battles Rheumatoid Arthritis – BRINTER’s RESTORE Network Collaborators Receive 6 Million Euros

2020-10-02T03:40:16-07:00October 2nd, 2020|BioPrinting, RESTORE project|

RESTORE’s networking prompted the birth of a new project recently funded by the European Commission. RESTORE partners INEB and UPO will collaborate in another H2020 project, entitled “From pathobioLogy to synoviA on [...]

University of Turku Research Group Utilizes 3D Bioprinting for Speeding Up Breast Cancer Research

2020-09-25T04:19:29-07:00September 25th, 2020|BioPrinting|

Brinter is collaborating with the PeuhuLab, an academic research group from the University of Turku, Finland, in research related to breast development and cancer. The characteristics of ECM (collagen [...]

Explaining Bioprinting in an Understandable Way – Video Interview about Arthritis Treatment

2020-09-18T05:08:47-07:00September 18th, 2020|BioPrinting, RESTORE project, Uncategorized|

Professor Kenny Dalgarno from Newcastle University explains in this video recorded at 3DMedLIVE 2019: 3D printing in surgery how bioprinting can be used for treating arthritis and creating tissue [...]

New Collaboration Started Between Brinter and Axolotl Biosciences

2020-09-11T10:58:59-07:00September 11th, 2020|BioPrinting, Uncategorized|

Brinter has teamed up with Canadian start-up Axolotl Biosciences and plans to test Axolotl’s novel fibrin-based neurobioink for research and development purposes. This beta product has been specifically [...]

Brinter appears on ANIWAA’s top 3D bioprinters of 2020 list – Read More Below About ANIWAA

2020-09-04T05:50:26-07:00September 4th, 2020|Uncategorized|

How to Find the Right Product? Finding and comparing the right product in the rapidly evolving additive manufacturing market can be a formidable task. Aniwaa is an independent online [...]

NOVUM Project Overview and How 3D Printing Transforms Manufacturing

2020-08-21T05:32:57-07:00August 21st, 2020|NOVUM project|

3DTech and its 3D bioprinter Brinter® is a trailblazer in being able to produce complex structures from Cellulose-based materials. Cellulose, as a renewable, non-toxic, non-allergic, and abundant forest material, [...]