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Biofabrication Masters Degree

International Master's Double Degree

Bioprinting: 3D Printing Body Parts

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You may be aware of 3D printing or have seen low-cost 3D printers that can create plastic toys, replicas and objects of your own design. But did you know that 3D printing is also enabling life-saving and transforming medical procedures, which were unthinkable a few years ago? The world of medicine and biomaterials has collided with advances in 3D printing, creating a new clinical paradigm in biomedicine: 3D bioprinting. This online course tells the story of this revolution, introducing you to commonly used biomaterials and bioprinting techniques. Register at: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/bioprinting/

 

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Finishing up – Utrecht BIOFAB students give their final thesis seminar and get together with outgoing QUT BIOFAB students.

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From left to right; Deanna Nicdao, Quentin Pfieffer, Madeline Hintz, Martyn Steiger, Maria Flandes Iparraguirre, Philip Hubbard, Madison Ainsworth.

In front; David Person, Samantha Catt.

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Australian and Utrecht BIOFAB students get together for a group photo, outside the state-of-the-art Hubrecht Institute at the University of Utrecht, Netherlands.

Biofabrication UU 2016-2017 cohort

Back row (left to right): Laura Blanco, Gilles van Tienderen, Ouafa Dahri, Stefan Zahariev, Arturo Lichauco, Diego Castañeda

Front row: Gregor Weisgrab, Max Renes, Malachy Maher, Tara Lamers, Leah Brew, Jeremy Di Noro

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BIOFAB-Alumni Student Naomi Paxton delivers a TEDx talk on biofabrication during her research stay in Würzburg, Germany.

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Australia’s Biofabrication Institute at the Herston Health Precinct is Hospital of the Future. Led by BIOFAB supervisor A/Prof Mia Woodruff.

Eureka Prize 2016 Winner – University of Wollongong

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Coming soon to a hospital near you: 3D printed body parts

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Individualised cancer treatment targeting the tumour, not the whole body, a step closer

Individualised cancer treatment targeting the tumour, not the whole body, a step closer

From science fiction to reality: the dawn of the biofabricator

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