Time for another #AlleviAuthor – Researchers from Abo Akademi, University of Helsinki and University of Turku use the Allevi 2 for 3D bioprinting drug delivery systems. Their paper studies the printability of PDMS to manufacture drug containing structures
Our bodies contain a highway of integrated electrical communication called the nervous system. It helps regulate our movements, emotions, and even thoughts by having electricity chemically run across conductive tissue.
With a 12% success rate for drugs entering clinical trials, there is no doubt that drug companies need more accurate prediction platforms to help them save billions in bringing a
Providing Researchers with the Ability to Study, Repair and Regenerate Bone It has been long in coming but the idea of regenerating organs is beginning to take rise. Skin has
We are proud to share the newest addition to our family of bioprinters – the Allevi 1. With the smallest footprint, widest material capabilities and best price tag of any
We’re excited today to announce the newly formed Allevi board of directors, observers, and scientific advisors. Individually, each member brings a specific skill set and background to the company and the
Thank you for being a part of our company’s journey! And what a year it has been… We had an incredibly successful rebrand, launch the Allevi 6 and the game-changing Allevi Software, presented at TEDMED, were
Biobots is now Allevi We just changed our name, and from here on out Biobots will now be known as Allevi!
On this very special Valentine’s Day edition of #AlleviAuthor, we’d like to introduce our newest member of the #alleviauthor club whose work studies bioprinting to repair broken heart…valves. Benjamin Stewart, whose
Onto a very special #AlleviAuthor – our user Nathan Tessema Ersumo was an undergrad from Dr. Kara Spiller‘s Lab at Drexel University when he FIRST authored this paper that studies hydrogels. Nathan used
Allevi customer, Dr. Angela Panoskaltsis-Mortari, speaks to the University of Minnesota Health Blog about her ground-breaking bioprinting research at UMN using the Allevi BetaBot. Read on for the full story:
Why should the things we work with every day not be beautiful? At Allevi, we put a lot of thought into the look and feel of our products, as well as their