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Point of Care Manufacturing event Organized at UCL, with  amazing talks and insight into work from Academia, NHS & industry experts  talking about ground breaking clinical applications in medical devices, implants, pharmaceutical sector. Briefly, take home massages were : need for Concentrated efforts for POCM community, engagement with various NHS stakeholders; innovative business models, promoting cases with impact among several innovative suggestions. Thanks the audience for amazing discussions.
 

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8th Sep 2023. UCL organize first 3D printing, AR, VR & Haptics in surgery and education workshop supported by British Council @ Royal Free NHS Trust, London, UK

Centre for 3DI 3D Printing & Digital Innovation Launched April 2023 

Centre focuses on  transformation, and building a Virtual Reality (VR) Centre where scientists from the UK and around the world, can meet in cutting-edge laboratories, the same way they would in real life in the area of 3D printing.    Our main theme is climate change, green universities and green careers with a clear impact on graduates’ employability skills, in line with the United Nations’ priority themes. ​ Our objectives also cut across other overlapping themes – “Aligning skill sets of students and graduates with industry needs, Developing the capacity of internationalisation, and strengthening governance, leadership, quality assurance and management in institutions.

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3D printing in Medicine Book Ed- 2

3D Printing in Medicine, Second Edition covers the fundamentals of 3D printing, including topics such as materials and hardware, innovative applications within medicine such as computational analysis of 3D printed constructs, personalized 3D printing - including 3D cell and organ printing and the role of AI - with a subsequent look at the applications of high-resolution printing, 3D printing in diagnostics, drug development, 4D printing, and much more.

This updated new edition features completely revised content, with additional new chapters

covering organs-on-chips, bioprinting regulations and standards, intellectual properties,
and socio-ethical implications of organs-on-demand

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Virtual Bioprinting webinar Series 1 29 Sep 22

We are proud to present the first part of our webinar series on bioprinting. For part 1 we will be joined by Professor Deepak Kalaskar and Albert Ginjaume as they speak on the development of advanced tissue-specific cultures.

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Could 3D printing revolutionise our healthcare? Public Lecture

want to learn about bioprinting research and its potential applications , watch this online lecture
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpMOUXbdmXY&list=LL&index=4&t=62s

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3D Bioprinting: “Is Bioprinting the Next Generation of 3D Cell Culture?”

Panel Discussion Podcast

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Policy briefing: Trends in customization and personalization of advanced therapies

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VIRTUAL EVENT: Could 3D printing revolutionise our healthcare system?

In this lecture, Dr Deepak Kalaskar will address how 3D printing is having a transformational effect on the healthcare industry. What are the opportunities and challenges offered by this exciting technology?

This fascinating talk will also provide you with an insight into UCL's latest research in design and development of personalized devices, implants and bioprinted tissues.

This lecture will be followed by a Q&A

with our speaker. Register using link below 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/could-3d-printing-revolutionise-our-healthcare-system-registration-301354057097

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Dr. Marco Domingos,   Guest Editor:  Special Issue "Advances in Biofabrication for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Applications"

Dr. Marco Domingos , University of Manchester,  UK, invites manuscript for this special issue

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Published collaborative Research on

3D printing Cornea 

3D printed artificial cornea for corneal stromal transplantation

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3DMedNet publishes an interview of Dr Deepak Kalaskar highlighting his research in 3D Bioprinting

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The Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology PosteNote contribution and review on Bioprinting by Dr Deepak Kalaskar

This POSTnote gives an overview of 3D bioprinting in medicine and the associated biological, manufacturing, regulatory and ethical implications.

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Interview: 3D bioprinting realties and timescales , after a unique 3D bioprinting research symposium in London we chat with UCL’s expert: Dr Deepak Kalaskar

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