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ISO Certification Renewal Success!

ISO Certification Renewal Success! We are proud and delighted to have successfully concluded another year of audit for our ISO 13485:2016 certification for Medical devices with our auditor, the British Standard Institute (BSI). An audit like no other audits This year’s audit was like no other before since the COVID-19 pandemic made it hard to …

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The European Union Grants Mimetis 1.1M€ for Developing Biomimetic Bone Regeneration Material in a Completely New Form: Patient-Specific 3D-printed Scaffolds.

Bone3Dmatch revolutionizes the market of bone grafting with a new generation of synthetic biomaterials. The solution is synthetic, biomimetic and patient-specific, offering shaking disruptions in bone grafting, whether in the concept or in the performance.  It is vital to mention that the world performs over 2 million bone grafting procedures annually worldwide. Most important, nearly …

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Bone Bioprinting: Where Art Meets Science

It’s pretty amazing what people can do with a 3D printer these days. From manufacturing and architecture to custom art and design, 3D printing plays a critical role. Crucially, however, one area where real strides are being made is in medicine – in particular, bone bioprinting. Who would have thought that when Hideo Kodama published the …

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Understanding the biology of bone grafts: from the origin until today

The study of bone graft biology is a fascinating concept and one which has been preoccupying medical practitioners for thousands of years. A little bit of history Even before the Old Testament was written, there is solid evidence to suggest that prehistoric ‘surgeons’ were placing animal bone into human skulls to great effect. When two …

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