About the Lattice this week: Do you believe this beautiful 3D printed lattice is just a waste? We found these great photos from @addmio. It is time to think about all the plastic waste we produce with and without 3D printing so that we can preserve beauty in our world.
The Lattice is 3DHEALS weekly recap of the latest news, publications, events in the world of healthcare 3D printing, and 3D Bioprinting. Have a cool 3D printed Lattice photo to share with us? Tag us @3dheals on Instagram or Twitter
Israel’s Aleph Farms Partners With Mitsubishi To Bring Cultivated Meat Manufacturing Platform To Japan January 7th, 2021 @AlephFarms #MitsubishiFoodIndustryGroup
Cytena readies to launch new system for single-cell bioprinting January 11th, 2021 @CELLINK3D @cytena
Exos Showcases ‘Armor’ Customizable 3D Printed Back Supports At CES 2021 January 11th, 2021 @exos_med
Non-Profits Make Affordable Prosthetic Liners in Ecuador with 3D Printed Molds January 12th, 2021 @Op_Namaste @ROMPglobal
Vuzix M400 Smart Glasses to Support BioSig’s PURE EP™ System Rollout to Hospitals Nationwide January 13th, 2021 @Vuzix
Tackling the world’s healthcare challenges with 3D printing January 15th, 2021 @3D4MD @3dsystems
Healthy Sugar and 3D Printable Materials from Soy Hulls January 15th, 2021 @uofl #conncenter
Xpect-INX Will Develop Custom Bioinks for FELIXprinters’ BIOprinter January 16th, 2021 @XpectInx @FELIXprinters
Microfluidic chip detects COVID antibodies in seconds – Using a minuscule drop of blood of just five microlitres, the platform can identify the presence of two of the virus’s antibodies – spike S1 protein and receptor binding domain (RBD). Even low concentrations of antibodies below one picomolar (0.15 nanograms per millilitre) can be detected by the device, which relies on an electrochemical reaction within the microfluidics to send a signal to a nearby smartphone or computer. The research is published in Advanced Materials. January 11th, 2021 @CarnegieMellon @OptomecInc
DOD utilizes 3D-printing to create N95 respirators in the battle against COVID-19 – In response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity’s Warfighter Expeditionary Medicine and Treatment Project Management Office, as part of the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command’s Additive Manufacturing Working Group, has played an integral role in the ramped-up effort to produce N95 respirators for healthcare and frontline workers across the nation. January 13th, 2021 @DeptofDefense
Exos Armor – 3D printed, breathable back braces January 2nd, 2021 @exos_med
Israeli 3D Printing Tech Hopes to Revolutionize Spinal Chord Injury Treatment January 11th, 2021 #matricelf
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