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hydrogel test prints

Carmine Gentile set up the LumenX bioprinter and did some trial prints of our shape. The LumenX uses crossbeams of light to harden a light sensitive gel. The printer starts at the bottom and does a thin layer (100 microns) then lifts up and does the next layer and so on. The non-hardened gel drops […]

Great International Workshop!

The 3rd Australian Bioprinting Workshop took place on 4-5 October. A great success! 550 registrations and 50 speakers from around the world. Much positive feedback for our presentations about arts-science and artists’ contributions to bioprinting – a great way to bring together the current artists for the Synapse residencies for 2021. Paul chaired the session, […]

3rd Australian Bioprinting Workshop

We are contributing to an amazing two-day conference/workshop coming up on 4-5 October. The 3rd Australian Bioprinting Workshop for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine is a FREE on-line webinar hosted by Carmine Gentile from the UTS Cardiovascular Regeneration laboratory, and will include a session on the role of the arts. With us will be Svenja […]

lockdown – meetings

Our lab adventure has been cut short by lockdown. We have changed tack & are having a series of one to one zoom meetings with each member of the team to find out more about their research projects. Each discussion so far has opened out whole worlds of fascinating detail and complexity: surgical considerations and […]

lab tour

This morning we had an introduction to one of the labs– bio-printers, freezers, incubators etc with Dr. Carmine Gentile.