RESTORE Project Showcased in the Upcoming 3D Bioprinting Conference

2021-01-08T05:07:10-08:00January 8th, 2021|RESTORE project|

Brinter Ltd's Product Manager Sanna Turunen will give a presentation in the online 3D Bioprinting conference on the topic “Restore project, User-centred smart nanobiomaterial-based 3D matrices for chondral repair” [...]

Hybrid Tissue Construct for Cartilage Regeneration Bioprinted by the Wake Forest Institute Researchers

2020-11-13T05:42:38-08:00November 13th, 2020|BioPrinting, RESTORE project|

Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine scientists (WFIRM) have developed a new method to 3D bioprint fibrocartilage of the knee joint. In the future, the bioprinted cartilage could be [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Recent Progress of 3D Bioprinting in the RESTORE Project Reported by Our Partner University of Gothenburg

2020-08-14T06:59:10-07:00August 14th, 2020|RESTORE project|

Our consortium partner from the RESTORE project, University of Gothenburg, has successfully formed articular cartilage in 3D bioprints as reported in the article titled “Collagen 2A Type B Induction [...]

Printability Tests of the Nanocellulose/Alginate Bioink with Brinter® in Progress

2020-04-03T06:26:51-07:00April 3rd, 2020|BioPrinting, RESTORE project|

3DTech’s task in the RESTORE project is to develop its Brinter® 3D bioprinting platform towards more accurate and efficient bioprinting of nanoenabled cartilage microtissues for repairing of chondral lesions. [...]