On February 7th, 2019 in New York City, ASME will be hosting a “Tissue Engineering Lexicon Work Session,” which will work to level set the TERM terminology and lexicon to build a common language that members of the tissue engineering community will use.
“What if we could glue broken bones instead of using casts, rods, pins, and screws? What if we could glue soft-tissues, muscles, tendons, or cartilage instead of using sutures? What if we could reinforce weakened osteoporotic bones before they failed? If we had the right materials, we could,” said Darren Nolen, Founder & CEO of Nolen Ortho located in Middleton, NH.
ARMI | BioFabUSA is pleased to announce that it is an official partner and main sponsor of the 2nd Rock Stars of Regenerative Engineering Conference which will be hosted by The Regenerative Engineering Society at the Mission Bay Conference Center at the University of California San Francisco on January 9th, 2019.
ARMI | BioFabUSA held a Technical Project Call that specifically sought solutions for the automation and monitoring of engineered tissues. Advanced Solutions Life Sciences (ASLS), in partnership with GE Healthcare Life Sciences (GE HLS), responded to this call and their project submission was awarded.
There are two engagement opportunities that ARMI | BioFabUSA is excited to share! The Standards Coordinating Body and the Nexight group are looking for help identifying needed standards for the regenerative medicine therapies. Additionally, KidneyX Redesign Dialysis Open Office Hours Webinar will take place this December 6th and will help answer questions regarding their most recent project call.
Nanofiber Solutions, Inc. is a Regenerative Medicine company developing a new class of implants for the $20B soft tissue, organ repair, and regeneration market. The technology is used to build off-the-shelf scaffolds that are critical in the development of life-saving and life-changing, tissue engineered implants for humans and animals.