Here at Allevi, we are constantly working to make our bioprinters and bioinks accessible to scientists worldwide. Our mission is to get Allevi 3D bioprinters into the best research labs where they
Time for another inductee to the #AlleviAuthor club. Researchers from University of California, Berkeley and IBM used their Allevi 2 bioprinter to study the printability and viability of plant-based bioinks.
Exciting things are happening in the fields of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Since our humble beginnings, the Allevi community has grown to labs in all corners of the globe
There are so many variables that go into creating viable 3d bioprinted tissues; bioink selection, print geometry, cure times, rigidity, flexibility, degradation time and cell viability to name a few.
Our amazing users at The University of Waikato will use their Allevi 2 to research new treatment paths for cancer patients that could eventually lead to cancer tumors being treated
In this edition of the #AlleviAuthor series, our very own Director of Bioengineering, Taci Pereira, reviews state of the art bone biofabrication technologies for the Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine.
Here at Allevi, we are driven by the goal of being able to 3D bioprint replacement organs for humans. While we continue to understand the capabilities and constraints of 3d
One of the largest hurdles of in vitro cell culture has been to mimic conditions that closely resemble in vivo outcomes, essentially imitating nature. Significant strides have been made to this end in the
We’re proud to bring you yet another #AlleviAuthor – this one from down the street at University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Chamith Rajapakse’s Lab at UPenn focuses on the development and application of image guided
New #AlleviAuthor coming at you! Platelets are a component of blood that play a crucial role in wound healing: they induce clotting! Remember the last time you nicked yourself with a kitchen knife? The
BBC’s The One Show recently stopped by Dr. Sam Pashneh-Tala’s lab at the University of Sheffield to learn more about tissue engineering and 3D bioprinting. Dr. Pashneh-Tala’s research is focused
Organ-on-a-chip technology, developed by the Wyss Institute at Harvard, has had a revolutionary impact on the field of tissue engineering by allowing the creation of models that mimic organ function and model