global 3D bioprinting market is expected to reach USD 2.6 billion by 2024

The global 3D bioprinting market is expected to reach USD 2.6 billion by 2024

TeVido BioDevices received a mention in this press release of:  “The global 3D bioprinting market is expected to reach USD 2.6 billion by 2024 ” Summary:  LONDON, July 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — 3D Bioprinting Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Technology (Magnetic Levitation, Inkjet Based, Syringe Based, Laser Based), By Application, And Segment Forecasts, Read more about The global 3D bioprinting market is expected to reach USD 2.6 billion by 2024[…]

Could Human Organs And Tissues Be The Next Frontier Of Manufacturing?

Could Human Organs And Tissues Be The Next Frontier Of Manufacturing?

TeVido BioDevices was featured in this article on Chief Executive: “Could Human Organs And Tissues Be The Next Frontier Of Manufacturing?” Summary: As 3D printing technologies and new materials open the doors for increasingly complex products, we’re on the verge of manufacturing life-saving products that could alter the course of history. Biofrabrication, the manufacturing of Read more about Could Human Organs And Tissues Be The Next Frontier Of Manufacturing?[…]

Ten 3D-bioprinting Companies Making Strides in the Medical Field

Ten 3D-bioprinting Companies Making Strides in the Medical Field

TeVido BioDevices featured in Electronics360:  “Ten 3D-bioprinting Companies Making Strides in the Medical Field” Summary: 3D printing is becoming a great resource for all kinds of companies and fields to take advantage of. It’s currently used in the power utilities industry, snow machine parts, printing electronic circuits and more. 3D printing has many potential applications, Read more about Ten 3D-bioprinting Companies Making Strides in the Medical Field[…]

Dr. John Harris

Repost from Dr. John Harris Vitiligo Blog – “Answer to what causes vitiligo?”

We are proud to share Dr. John Harris Blog post:  “Speaking of Vitiligo…Answer to what causes vitiligo?” The full post can be found here:  https://www.umassmed.edu/vitiligo/blog/blog-posts1/2017/01/answer-to-what-causes-vitiligo/ Do we truly know what causes vitiligo? Is it really an autoimmune disease? Isn’t the cause “unknown”, and aren’t there many alternative theories that are equally likely? These questions drive me Read more about Repost from Dr. John Harris Vitiligo Blog – “Answer to what causes vitiligo?”[…]

Forbes: The Top Techie Breast Investments That Offer The Best Return (And Cleavage)

TeVido BioDevices mentioned in Forbes article:  “The Top Techie Breast Investments That Offer The Best Return (And Cleavage)” Summary: Hugh Hefner’s current wifey recently had her breast implants removed, saying they ‘poisoned her.’ She says she’ll never get implants again. But she’s in the minority as implants continue to be one of the most popular cosmetic procedures Read more about Forbes: The Top Techie Breast Investments That Offer The Best Return (And Cleavage)[…]

Woman with vitiligo

Repost from Dr. John Harris Vitiligo Blog – “Surgical treatment (and maybe even a cure) for vitiligo”

We are proud to share Dr. John Harris Blog post:  “Speaking of Vitiligo…Answer to what causes vitiligo?” The full post can be found here:  https://www.umassmed.edu/vitiligo/blog/blog-posts1/2015/12/surgical-treatment-and-maybe-even-a-cure-for-vitiligo/ Many have heard that some forms of vitiligo can be treated with surgical approaches, like skin or cellular grafts. The idea is that the top skin layer of the white spots Read more about Repost from Dr. John Harris Vitiligo Blog – “Surgical treatment (and maybe even a cure) for vitiligo”[…]