Category Archives: Trinity College Dublin

3D Printing Industry Review of the Year February 2018

Following January’s vision of the year ahead, February 2018 was a month of 3D printer releases. In this month, Stratasys shared material details of its upcoming metal 3D printer, and HP expanded its range of Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) systems to include full color 3D printers. This month, we also marked the 20th anniversary of SOLIDWORKS World, […]

UCD opens $25.7 million advanced manufacturing research center with 3D printing focus

The I-Form Advanced Manufacturing Research Center for 3D printing and digital technologies has been opened at University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland. The facility has been created at a cost of €22.2 million ($25.7 million) provided by the government-backed Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) and industry stakeholders. Commenting on the launch Heather Humphreys, Ireland’s Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, said, “Innovation […]

Johnson & Johnson eröffnet 3D-Bioprinting Labor

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Der US-amerikanische Pharmazie- und Konsumgüterhersteller Johnson & Johnson wird am Trinity College Dublin ein Zentrum für 3D-Bioprinting eröffnen. Die neue Einrichtung wird in Zusammenarbeit mit der irischen Wissenschaftsstiftung AMBER (Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research) am Institut für Biomedizinische Wissenschaften entstehen. Das neue 3D-Bioprinting Labor soll Ende 2018 auf einer Fläche von rund 100 m2 in […]

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3D bioprinting center of excellence launched by AMBER and Johnson & Johnson

Trinity College Dublin (TCD), in Ireland, is to be the recipient of a new specialist 3D bioprinting facility supported by a collaboration between multinational medical device and pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson, and the AMBER research center. With preparations beginning in the first quarter of this year, the new 3D bioprinting laboratory is due to be […]