Bioengineering: Ordering Up Organs

Bioengineering, Ordering Up Organs: Radio New Zealand (RNZ, “Our Changing World”) interviews the users of a GeSiM BioScaffold printer BS3.1 at University of Otago. It belongs to the core instruments for Dr. Jaydee Cabral, a research fellow at the Chemical Department. She uses the unit successfully since 2017, working on different projects. Beside of biomaterials [...]

October 14th, 2021|

3D Printing of Multi-layer Scaffolds to mimic Patient Specific Implants

3D Printing of Multi-layer Scaffolds to mimic Patient Specific Implants: Customers at University Hospital of TU Dresden conducted a research study for the future therapy of osteochondral defects. They developed a workflow, based on a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) dataset derived from a real clinical case. MRI provides more information on cartilage tissue and muscles, [...]

September 16th, 2021|

Array-based Chemical Synthesis

Array-based Chemical Synthesis: DNA- and protein microarrays are available for many years, nowadays widely used for modern in-vitro diagnostics. They are based on prefabricated biomolecules, tethered on solid surfaces by special surface chemistry (E.g. Amino-silane slides). When the spotted arrays are exposed to the analyte, just one specific reaction can happen on each spot with [...]

August 9th, 2021|

We welcome our new partner Bio-Science Kft.

We are proud to present a new sales partner in Europe: The company Bio-Science Kft. will support the GeSiM marketing, sales and service activities for the bioprinters in Hungary. Bio-Science – a traditional Hungarian company – sells laboratory equipment to customers in the fields of life science, chemistry and pharmacy. The company is headquartered in [...]

July 6th, 2021|

Fluidautomation at your Fingertip

Fluidautomation at your Fingertip: Hard- and software for automated fluid handling are available in many variations these days. If complexity, flexibility and speed are paramount in your F/E tasks, you should take a look at the new MicCell-FluidProcessor from GeSiM. Complex procedures, comprising single steps like pumping, mixing, dispensing, measurements and temperature control, are easy [...]

June 28th, 2021|

One Step towards Artifical Liver Models

One Step towards Artifical Liver Models: The sophisticated tools of the GeSiM bioprinters enable high-level tissue engineering. Here we present a recent paper published by the Centre for Translational Bone, Joint and Soft Tissue Research at the Faculty of Medicine of TU Dresden. The liver is a pretty complex organ, consisting of different cell types [...]

March 17th, 2021|