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3D printing

This page shows the latest 3D printing news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

ABPI explores the future of medicines

ABPI explores the future of medicines

ABPI explores the future of medicines. Predicts inhalable nanobots and 3D printed medicine patches. ... Teaming up with INITION, the virtual reality production company, the experience includes the possibilities of gene editing and gene therapies along

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  • Sanofi ponders which African health tech start-ups to bring to Paris Sanofi ponders which African health tech start-ups to bring to Paris

    It's on the look out for those working in non-communicable diseases, telemedicine and HCP education

  • A unique ecosystem A unique ecosystem

    This enabled the launch of 27 innovative healthcare products. Examples include IRIMI, next-generation medical imaging services for hospitals; OsseoMatrix, a custom bone implant via direct 3D printing; and Biomodex, imaging

  • Top ten tech trends Top ten tech trends

    8. 3D printing. 3D printing generated a wealth of interest when it first launched and there have already been a few incredible medical uses, such as printing hips, skin for burns ... But we think greater strides will be taken towards printing replacement

  • The rise and rise of Generation Now The rise and rise of Generation Now

    Ranging from robots to 3D printing, and from entrepreneurship to real-world evidence, the discussions covered a lot of ground, but they were rooted in a series of overarching questions. ... Dr Claire Novorol. What does the healthcare's future hold? The

  • 3D printed epilepsy drug launched in the US 3D printed epilepsy drug launched in the US

    The first ever drug manufactured using 3D printing technology is now available to US patients with epilepsy. ... The 3D printing of Spritam enables it to be produced as a porous formulation that rapidly disintegrates with a sip of liquid - even at high

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  • Digital health Digital health

    There’s no other way.”. A new role for pharma. With the rise of digital technologies, such as artificial narrow intelligence, robotics, virtual reality/augmented reality, telemedicine, 3D-printing, portable diagnostics,

  • A unique ecosystem A unique ecosystem

    This enabled the launch of 27 innovative healthcare products. Examples include IRIMI, next-generation medical imaging services for hospitals; OsseoMatrix, a custom bone implant via direct 3D printing; and Biomodex, imaging

  • Adding value to company leadership Adding value to company leadership

    Looking to integrate data from wearable sensors? Develop 3D printing for surgical training?

  • The Maverick: giving medicines away free The Maverick: giving medicines away free

    Hessel wants to go one step further and create synthetic viruses, designed on a computer and the patient's cells in a lab, and then printed out from 3D printers. ... Then I realised that these new technologies [such as 3D printing] actually allow me to

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  • Popcorn: The Best of Global Digital Marketing

    Held at the Seoul Museum of Art, using 3D printing to create mini models of real people, the UNHCR encouraged people to take part in a scavenger hunt using QR codes ... From wearable tech, 3D printing, to some interesting in app theme tunes, they made a

  • Machine-made humans: a spooky prospect

    Some think technological advances like 3D printing are yes, very cool, but also a bit pointless. ... So what’ s the big deal about 3D printing? Well, it has loads of applications in the medical industry.

  • Cello Health

    intelligence; the increased use of 3D printing; and finally, somewhat most ambitiously, the bionic person.

  • Say Communications

    The healthcare team at Saycomms PR asks if major advances in 3D printing and bioprinting could lead to machine-made humans.

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