Further bringing 3D printed medical models to life, Stratasys is expanding the suite of printers and materials validated by its collaborator Materialise as part of FDA-cleared Materialise Mimics inPrint software. The end result is the most versatile 3D printing system for point-of-care across hospitals and physicians – advancing production of patient-specific, life-like anatomical models for […]Continue Reading ...
The HT-2 from Tomocube is the world’s first microscope to combine both holotomography and 3D fluorescence imaging into one unit. Capable of simultaneously capturing high resolution 3D optical diffraction tomography and 3D fluorescence images, the new microscope enables long-term tracking of specific targets in live cells while minimising stress. The capability to easily deliver holotomography […]Continue Reading ...
An interview with Dr Grischa Chandy, conducted at SfN 2018 by Alina Shrourou, BSc. How can 3D imaging and analysis improve our understanding of the brain? The ability to acquire and analyze 3D dimensions provides a more physiologically relevant model to study. With 3D imaging and analysis, researchers can study physiology and pathophysiology in the […]Continue Reading ...
There is a common belief that 3D visualization provides a better image to minimally invasive surgery with depth perception. MedicalTek believes that: the even better solution is the 3D image with adjustable disparity, which provides the customized 3D effects to serve the very different eye movement and visual perception of each surgeon at very different […]Continue Reading ...
Celprogen Inc., a leader in the Stem Cell Research and Therapeutics industry for stem cell research since 2002, today announced that they have successfully finished printing 3D Brains from brain stem cells for studying neurological disease stages. The poster on this work will be presented at the Annual Neuroscience meeting in San Diego, Nov 3rd […]Continue Reading ...
A team of Tufts University-led researchers has developed three dimensional (3D) human tissue culture modelsfor the central nervous system that mimic structural and functional features of the brain and demonstrate neural activity sustained over a period of many months. With the ability to populate a 3D matrix of silk protein and collagen with cells from […]Continue Reading ...
RTI Surgical, Inc., a global surgical implant company, announced its TETRAfuse® 3D Technology won a 2018 Spine Technology Award from Orthopedics This Week, a widely read publication in the orthopedics industry. RTI will accept the award at the North American Spine Society’s (NASS) 33rd Annual Meeting taking place September 26-29, 2018 in Los Angeles and […]Continue Reading ...
A team of researchers at the University of Minnesota have, for the first time, fully 3D printed an array of light receptors on a hemispherical surface. This discovery marks a significant step toward creating a “bionic eye” that could someday help blind people see or sighted people see better. The research is published today in […]Continue Reading ...
Not all broken bones heal. But one scientist at the University of Arizona hopes to remedy that problem using a combination of 3D printing and adult stem cells. “Imagine an impact that causes half of a long bone to shatter so that it can’t be put back together – no current surgical treatment can ensure […]Continue Reading ...
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) is pioneering the use of 3D-printed anatomical specimens for medical education in Singapore. Just last month, students at the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (LKCMedicine), jointly set up by NTU Singapore and Imperial College London, started learning anatomy with 3D-printed specimens. A collaboration between LKCMedicine and NTU’s Singapore […]Continue Reading ...
Keep 2D, See 3D! MonoStereo, a smart 3D endoscope visualization system, integrates the benefits of 2D and 3D function, providing an advanced 3D endoscope image for better endoscopic surgery. This surgical image breakthrough was selected by RESI (Redefining Early Stage Investment) New York 2018 Innovation Challenge Companies as one of the finalists who stands out […]Continue Reading ...
Augmented reality (AR), a technology that superimposes computer-generated information on a user’s view of the real world, offers a new platform to help physicians better visualize complex medical data, particularly before and during medical procedures. A new self-contained AR device aims to provide an immersive AR experience in which surgeons can interactively explore data in […]Continue Reading ...
Many people do not get enough vitamin D. Brittle bones and an increased risk of respiratory diseases can be the result of a vitamin D deficiency. A research group at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU) and the Max Rubner-Institut has now identified a new, previously unknown source of vitamin D2: cocoa and foods containing cocoa […]Continue Reading ...
Sep 11 2018 3D imaging technology provides images of the cell cluster down to the nuclei while mitigating drug discovery risks Olympus Corporation today announced the U.S.-only launch of a new 3D cell analysis technology with ability to accurately analyze 3D cell cultures down to the nuclei, improving the reliability and accuracy of the entire […]Continue Reading ...
Aug 21 2018 Tomocube’s revolutionary holotomography technique delivers 3D structural and chemical information quickly and simply without any labeling or pre-preparation A spin-out company from the renowned Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology in Daejeon has been established to commercialize the revolutionary Holotomography (HT) microscopy developed there by Professor YongKeun (Paul) Park. Called Tomocube, […]Continue Reading ...
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