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SABIC, a global leader in the chemical industry, today has announced the development of a new technology and range of dedicated polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP) resins that mark a significant leap forward in the performance profile of polyolefin pressure pipes.

Our partners from the RESTORE project have recently published an article titled “Design and development of poly-L/D-lactide copolymer and barium titanate nanoparticle 3D composite scaffolds using breath figure method for tissue engineering applications” in the journal Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces. The study shows that barium titanate nanoparticles (BTNP) can be combined with poly-L/D-lactide copolymer (PLDLA) to create a composite scaffold for cartilage tissue engineering applications.

RESTORE aims to develop a smart nanobiomaterial-based solution capable to modulate the articular cartilage microenvironment from a state of limited capacity of repair towards one that enables true regeneration of both tissue structure and function. One approach is the development and validation of a nanoenabled COPLA® scaffold for cartilage repair.

The aim of the EU funded project RESTORE is to treat osteoarthritis (OA) by generating functional cartilage through 3D bioprinting technology. A Swedish research team within RESTORE has now achieved a major scientific milestone in the treatment of OA; they have been able to generate functional cartilage tissue by 3D bioprinting chondrocytes into OA lesions. The study was recently published in the scientific journal CARTILAGE (Gatenholm, Lindahl, Brittberg, & Simonsson, 2020) and featured in a special report by Innovation News Network.

Offering A High-Speed, Turnkey Metal Binder Jetting Solution, Desktop Health Brings the Shop System to Dental Labs to Deliver Faster and More Cost-Effective Chrome Cobalt Production Capabilities for Bridges, Crowns, Partial Dentures and More

Test results using Linde’s new process gas mixture demonstrate a 35% decrease in spatter emissions, significantly reducing the risk of defective parts

The correct atmospheric gas mixture in the print chamber is essential for high quality, ease of qualification and repeatable products
Linde and 3D Medlab, division of Marle Group, collaborate to test optimal atmospheric solutions

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