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When it comes down to it, a 3D bioprinter is really a powerful design tool – empowering scientists to combine biology with 3D geometry. In the years since we created
In their recent publication, Allevi authors, Abraham Samuel Finny, Cindy Jiang, and Silvana Andreescu developed a custom bioink which they can print into a skin safe UV sensor. Such a
Every bioprint starts with a 3D model, but how do you create a 3D file? There are many ways to do it, and don’t worry – you don’t have to
Every month, a research paper reporting a new bioink or modification of an existing one is published. All these new options provide increasingly more specialized materials for specific applications. However,
Philadelphia, PA – Allevi Inc., a leader in the field of 3D bioprinting, announces that Taciana Pereira has been named as its Chief Scientific Officer. Taci has been at Allevi
ALLEVI 3D ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF FRANK J. McCANEY Philadelphia, PA – Today the Board of Directors of Allevi 3D Inc., a leader in the field of bioprinting, announced that
Hadi Rastin together with his colleagues from the University of Adelaide in Australia created a new electroconductive bioink that can be combined with cells and easily extruded with excellent results.
Allevi Inc. and the Wistar Institute Collaborate on 3D Bioprinting Project to Advance COVID-19 Research
Allevi 3D bioprinted lung models will be used to study SARS-CoV-2 mechanisms of disease progression PHILADELPHIA — (June 25th, 2020) — The Wistar Institute, a biomedical research leader in cancer,
In their recent publication, Allevi authors Serkan Dikici, Fredrick Claeyssens, and Sheila MacNeil developed a very clever synthetic vascular network (SVN) by combining electro-spun layers with 3D bioprinted vascular channels.
Bioprinting always requires consideration of many different parameters: biomaterial mechanical and biological properties, printability, cell viability and many more. It requires finding a fine balance between all the factors and
“Shrinking printing” opens the possibility to improve your 3D bioprinting resolution with quick and simple post-processing. If your goal is to create small channels, a fine mesh, or similar micro-geometries