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Peptide Chitosan/Dextran Core/Shell vascularized 3D Constructs for Wound Healing

Peptide Chitosan/Dextran Core/Shell vascularized 3D Constructs for Wound Healing: Vascularization is still a challenge when creating artificial tissue by 3D printing. New Zealand researchers successfully put a step forward using the core/shell extruder of the GeSiM bioprinter BS3.1. This tool prints two different materials in a coaxial manner. The team at University of Otago used [...]

July 2nd, 2020|

An Animal Study for Insulin Delivery by Microneedles

An Animal Study for Insulin Delivery by Microneedles: Microneedle arrays are miniature puncturing devices that disrupt the skin barrier to deliver therapeutic agents trans dermally, in a pain free manner. Common drawbacks associated with typical microneedle coating techniques such as dip-coating, suffer from poor controllability of the outcome in terms of coating morphology, spatial deposition [...]

May 27th, 2020|

3D Printing of Bone Grafts for Cleft Alveolar Osteoplasty

3D Printing of Bone Grafts for Cleft Alveolar Osteoplasty: Cleft lip and cleft alveolar bone defects are congenital anomalies. They often require surgery during infancy and early childhood. Scientists of the Berlin Charité, the Dresden Technical University and the Zurich University conducted a promising animal study with rats. 3D-printed bone grafts with CPC (Calcium Phosphate [...]

April 3rd, 2020|

Droplet mixing with piezoelectric pipets

Droplet mixing with piezoelectric pipets: GeSiM piezoelectric pipets emit drops smaller than 80 Micrometers at a speed of 4 meters per second. The TwinTip adapter swivels two of these pipets from parallel position (sample aspiration, wash step) to angled working position in both direction. With appropriated reagents the TwinTip adapter can trigger chemical reactions at [...]

February 28th, 2020|

10th Workshop of Chemical and Biological Micro Laboratory Technology

10th Workshop of Chemical and Biological Micro Laboratory Technology: The Technische Universität Ilmenau will host the 10th Workshop of Chemical and Biological Micro Laboratory Technology from 26th to 28th February. It deals with microfluidics, micro reaction technology and lab-on-a-chip. Further focus is put on single cell handling and synthesis and application of micro- and nanoparticles [...]

February 20th, 2020|

Micro-Needle-Arrays by NIL

Micro-Needle-Arrays by NIL: Micro-Needle-Arrays are currently in research but show a great potential for subcutaneous drug delivery through the outermost layer of human skin. Nano-Imprint Lithography (NIL) using GeSiM micro-contact printers is a smart approach for production of such 3D structures. GeSiM instruments are able to manage the high-aspect-ratio of the needles by evacuating the [...]

January 7th, 2020|

Visit us at MEDICA Dusseldorf, Nov 18-21

Visit us at MEDICA Dusseldorf, Nov 18-21: The annual Medica - The worlds largest trade show on Medical Equipment - is another opportunity to meet GeSiM specialists. GeSiM will be accomodated in Hall 1, the brand new exhibition hall of Messe Dusseldorf. It is part of the diagnostic section. GeSiM will display the all-new Microfluidic [...]

November 14th, 2019|

ESB 2019 in Dresden – Bone regeneration with BS5.1

ESB 2019 in Dresden - Bone regeneration with BS5.1: From 9th to 13th September the Annual Conference of the European Societey on Biomaterials attracted scientists from many countries. As an attendee of the European FAST project on bone regeneration GeSiM demonstrated the new BioScaffold printer BS5.1, equipped with a high-temperature syringe extruder and a plasma [...]

October 28th, 2019|

Interview about bone regeneration by 3D printing

Interview about bone regeneration by 3D printing: Main objective of the European H2020 project FAST is the development of a 3D printing platform for bone scaffolds. The new and innovative aspect is the application of gradient fillers and surface activation/ treatment by plasma during the printing process. On top, the polymer composition can vary during [...]

October 16th, 2019|

Melt Electro Writing of PCL/ Milk Protein Blends

Melt Electro Writing of PCL/ Milk Protein Blends: Customers at University of Otago, Dunedin, NZ, conducted a study to print PCL/ Milk Protein blends using the Melt Electro Writing module of the GeSiM BioScaffold printer BS3.1. Milk proteins are supposed to increase the biological functionality of PCL. Background of this work: Demand for skin replacements [...]

August 30th, 2019|