Interview with Erik Gatenholm head of Cellink 3d Bioprinting- C2 Montreal #C2M18

BIO X is the new go-to bioprinter for life science companies, researchers and innovators who work with bioprinting. Cellink focuses on the development and commercialization of bioprinting technologies that allow researchers to 3D print human organs and tissues for the development of pharmaceutical and cosmetic products, and in the future, for clinical applications. CELLINK’s innovative …

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Bioprinting is the next medical revolution – C2 Montreal

Erik Gatenholm is Co-Founder and CEO here at CELLINK. In 2017, he founded CELLINK to revolutionize the way that we conduct medical research worldwide. He led a workshop at the C2 Montreal conference called “Need a tissue, Bioprinting is the next Medical Revolution” At C2 Montreal – There was a presentation on bioprinting and Cellink …

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Oxford 3D bioprinting scaling to industrial scale tissue printing and organ printing

Scientists at the University of Oxford have developed a new method to 3D-print laboratory-grown cells to form living structures. The approach could revolutionize regenerative medicine, enabling the production of complex tissues and cartilage that would potentially support, repair or augment diseased and damaged areas of the body. While bioprinting has advanced significantly over the last …

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3D Printed multilayer circuit boards using nanomaterial inks

Nano Dimension (NASDAQ, TASE: NNDM) is focused on the research and development of advanced 3D printed electronics, including a 3D printer for multilayer printed circuit boards, and the development of nanotechnology-based conductive and dielectric inks, which are complementary products for 3D printers. Nextbigfuture interviewed Amit Dror, CEO and cofounder of Nano Dimension. Amit is a …

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If both lower CO2 sensitivity and net positive up to 3 degrees of warming were correct then global warming is not net bad until 2080 to 2180

There is a lot of research that the world’s climate is less sensitive to CO2 than the main current models of climate change. Without any feedbacks, a doubling of CO2 (which amounts to a forcing of 3.7 W/m2) would result in 1 °C global warming, which is easy to calculate and is undisputed. The remaining …

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Commercial drones with flamethrower to burn garbage off of power lines

China has made drones with flamethrowers to clear garbage from power lines. Entrepreneur reports that an electric company in Xiangyang, China is the one that came up with the fiery idea. Brian WangBrian Wang is a Futurist Thought Leader and a popular Science blogger with 1 million readers per month. His blog Nextbigfuture.com is ranked …

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Organovo bioprinting human tissue for drug testing and within 6 years for implanting human livers

Organovo designs and create functional human tissues using our proprietary three-dimensional bioprinting technology. Their goal is to build living human tissues that are proven to function like native tissues. With reproducible 3D tissues that accurately represent human biology, they are enabling ground-breaking therapies by: Partnering with biopharmaceutical companies and academic medical centers to design, build, …

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Pentagon JLENS aerostats sensor network to counter long range Russian KH-101 cruise missiles

Commander of North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command, Adm. Bill Gortney submitted an urgent need in April,2015 meant for AESA active electronically scanned array radars for F-16s around Washington DC. They have some boxes and the airplanes but they have to marry them up. The concern is the cruise missile threat. You …

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NASA developing technology for exploring lunar caves and volcanic tunnels

Periscope is an instrument and mission concept with the goal of investigating and mapping lunar skylights from an orbiting platform using photon time-of-flight imaging. This project has received phase 2 NASA NIAC funding. A spacecraft in a very low orbit would direct laser pulses into the lunar skylights, detect light returning to the spacecraft after …

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China’s military paper discusses goal of offense and defense and Taiwan pitches sharing South China Sea Resources

China’s state council has released a white paper on China’s military. In general the paper indicates that China is shifting a military just for defense to one focused on offense and defense. Taiwan pitches sharing South China Sea Resources Taiwan’s President Ma Ying-jeou laid out a plan on Tuesday to ease tensions in the vast, …

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Advanced additive manufacturing could enable planes that are 50% more fuel efficient

Pratt and Whitney is exploring making airplane engines with fewer parts using additive manufacturing (aka advanced 3D printing). Those parts would need less assembly and be cheaper to make. Frank Preli, chief engineer for materials and process engineering at the company, anticipates the possibility of radical new aircraft designs “like many engines embedded in a …

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