• Proctor & Gamble Sponsors BioPrinting Grant in Singapore

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    Proctor & Gamble, in partnership with the Singapore Agency for Science Technology and Research, is launching a grant competition in Singapore that asks those in academia to submit research proposals on 3D bio printing applications that would be of relevance to the consumer goods brand.

  • Personalised medicine pills can now be 3D Printed

    National University of Singapore has introduced inexpensive and simple pills which can be made from different medicines as a personalisation. These pills can contain multiple medicines and can have different release formulas within one combination.

  • A*STAR to develop better Titanium-Tantalum Alloy

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    Titanium-Aluminum mixture has been used for 3D Printed Implants already, and have been effective so far. However, researchers from Agency for Science, Technology and Research, Singapore (A*STAR) have developed Titanium-Tantalum mixture that is more potent that traditional Titanium-Aluminum mixture.

  • Osteopore International acquires 2016’s Entrepreneurial Company of Year Award

    Osteopore International acquires 2016s Entrepreneurial Company of Year Award

    This year’s 3D Scaffolds Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award in the Transformational Healthcare category have been grabbed by Singapore-based company at the Frost & Sullivan Singapore Excellence Awards. Osteopore International for their innovation in 3D Printed Scaffolding that deals with healing of tissue within the human body as well as regeneration. Set up in 1999, Osteopore has been pioneering methods of 3D Printing to provide range of innovations as well as customer satisfaction.

  • Dental Crowns and Bridges Gets Tweaked by Temasek Polytechnic Using 3d Printing

    Dental Crowns and Bridges Gets Tweaked by Temasek Polytechnic Using 3d Printing

    Temasek Polytechnic, a university in Singapore, is developing a new technique for better, faster, and cheaper Dental Crowns and Bridges, as a result of 3D printing. The technique involves creation of a traditional impression that is then turned into a form, which is scanned to create a digital model and in turn, the mold for shaping the exterior and interior metal form to attach the prosthetic to the receiving tooth.

  • Human Skin With Actual Pigmentation Gets 3d Printed

     Human Skin With Actual Pigmentation Gets 3d Printed

    Researchers at A*STAR’s Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech) and the Singapore Centre for 3D Printing (SC3DP) at Nanyang Technological University have developed a way to create pigmentation in 3D printed skin by using bioprinting to control the distribution of melanin-producing skin cells, on a biomimetic tissue substrate. They used three different types of skin cells and drop on demand method of bioprinting to create the pigmented skin.

  • Researchers Provide 3D Printed Medical Models To Practice Dental Surgeries Better

    Researchers Provide 3D Printed Medical Models To Practice Dental Surgeries Better

    A team of researchers, led by Dr. Wong from NUS National Centre for Oral Health, received a grant from the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC). With the grant received, the team worked towards creating a method for combining materials in order to create 3D printed impacted tooth models that include pulp, the pulp chamber, nearby nerves, and simulated periodontal ligaments, followed by mounting of the 3D printed model onto a mannequin head that features artificial cheeks. The 3D Printed Models of the Dentations will help the students practice the surgical procedures and thereby, boost the confidence for the real ones when the opportunity comes.

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