Microfluidics made by GeSiM: The Heart of a State-of-the-Art Water Monitoring System

Microfluidics made by GeSiM: The Heart of a State-of-the-Art Water Monitoring System: Beside of bioinstruments, 25 years of experience in development of microfluidic flow-through-cells predestine GeSiM as a supplier of microfluidics for sophisticated miniaturized systems for pharmaceutical research, life sciences and biotechnology. The German Fraunhofer-IKTS Dresden is heading a publicly funded research project (BMBF project [...]

October 23rd, 2020|

GeSiM now sells Bioinks!

GeSiM now sells Bioinks: We are proud to launch the collaboration with the Korea based company InnoRegen, Inc., better known by their former name Bioink Solutions, Inc. InnoRegen develops and markets bioinks for 3D bioprinting, tissue engineering and 3D cell cultivation since several years. GeSiM is now sales partner, InnoRegen products are available from GeSiM [...]

September 25th, 2020|

Melt Deposition Modelling of Bioactive Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Scaffolds

Melt Deposition Modelling of Bioactive Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Scaffolds: Hybrid materials/ blends offer more potential to mimic artificial bones because of better biological/physical properties. E.g. cell adhesion might be much better than for pure PCL. 3D printing of such material, however, could be challenging due to difficult viscoelastic properties. A team at LPC lab (University of [...]

July 15th, 2020|

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|