NSW government has awarded $2.15 million to strengthen the Australian National Fabrication Facility’s advanced materials process, 3D printing and 3D bioprinting capabilities. The ANFF Materials Node, headquartered at the University of Wollongong, will utilise the funding to take the next steps towards manufacturing commercial opportunities through advanced materials and 3D printing. “For the ANFF Materials … Continue reading $2.15 million towards NSW’s fabrication future
The University of Wollongong’s (UOW) 3D bioprinting techniques have been picked up by an integrated medical devices manufacturing zone in India. Andhra Pradesh Medtech Zone (AMTZ) will be the first zone which includes scientific, manufacturing, and commercial facilities which will support medical device manufacturers and innovators. The zone is located in Visakhapatnam in the state … Continue reading UOW bioprinting to be utilised at Indian manufacturing zone
A printer made by two University of New South Wales (UNSW) researchers has won the 2019 Good Design Award of the Year. The printer is a 3D bioprinter can print replicas of tumours and is the result of a partnership between UNSW’s Australian Centre for Nanomedicine (ACN), and Inventia Life Science. With the printer, researchers … Continue reading Design Award recognises 3D bioprinter
The Federal Government is providing $3.1 million over five years to set up a new research training centre at the University of Melbourne that will advance clinical trials and testing. Through organ-on-a-chip and bioprinting enabling technologies, the ARC Training Centre for Personalised Therapeutics Technologies aims to improve selection of new medicines for progress to clinical trials and … Continue reading New research centre to help accelerate drug development
As 3D printing becomes more prevalent, we take a look at how it will affect medical manufacturing in the future.