Congratulations to Emma Petiot who defended her HDR. A presentation of 10 years of work and expertise on bioprocesses.
In support of all combative, living and surviving women. Research and solutions to fight breast cancer are essential for us.
On the left, Meigge Simoes is developing a 3D model of the breast tumor microenvironment for understanding the phenomena of resistance to chemotherapy. Work carried out in collaboration with the CRCL.
On the right, Audrey Cherblanc from the startup HealShape. She designs a bioprosthesis adapted to the person by 3D bioprinting for breast reconstruction.
The 3d.FAB platform participates in the science festival 2020 on Saturday 03 October from 5 to 6.30 pm
Come and participate in our meeting-debate on the theme “body repaired, body modified” animated by Raphaële Andrault, Jean-Baptiste Cabaud, Philippe Liotard and Christophe Marquette.
The publication “Integrated graphene quantum dot decorated functionalized nanosheet biosensor for mycotoxin detection” is available in Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry.
The publication “Gold nanobipyramids integrated ultrasensitive optical and electrochemical biosensor for Aflatoxin B1 detection” is now available in Elsevier.
These works were carried out in collaboration with Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research and National Physical Laboratory
This bioprocess was developed by our team to cultivate 3D bioprinted tissue in a small scale perfused bioreactor.
Such system allows enables the monitoring and regulation of pH, temperature and dissolved oxygen partial pressure.
A new RAMAN probe from KAISER-ENDRESS company (RXN2) was recently graciously lend to 3d.FAB in order to reach on-line monitoring of tissue cell metabolism.
The publication about our software FingerMap used for the prediction of soft material 3D objects printability is now available in Progress in Additive Manufacturing. A great challenge allowing the progress in Liquid Deposition Modelling technique.
Congratulations to Alix LOPEZ, Christophe Marquette and Edwin-Joffrey COURTIAL for this work!
Welcome to Aitor Tejo-Otero from CIM UPC (Polytechnic University of Catalonia) who is carrying out a 3 month exchange program within the 3d.FAB platform for his PhD.
His work is focused on the mimicking of soft living tissues using silicones and hydrogels for manufacturing 3D printed surgical planning prototypes in order to improve the skills of #surgeons.
This new equipment designed with our partner TOBECA, allows the printing of three different bioinks in the same object!
A major advance for the vascular tissue engineering, now allowing us to bioprint the three different layers of a blood vessel.