ARMI | BioFabUSA will begin offering “BioFabUSA Regenerative Medicine Tech Talk Workshops,” which will focus on the use and application of cutting-edge technology and will provide a variety of learning experiences. This includes information sharing, hands-on tech training, evaluation of case studies, collaborative troubleshooting discourse, as well as intellectual modeling experiences, all of which will provide participants with the tools necessary as they help guide their organization towards a path of success!
The advancements in the field of regenerative medicine over the course of the past two decades has not done enough to close the gaps between the need for regenerative medicine products and those which are commercially available. One obstacle to the biofabrication industry’s progression is a lack of information, experience and collaboration around the available technology and process workflow optimization. Therefore, we are thrilled to announce that ARMI | BioFabUSA has partnered with Advanced Solutions Life Sciences (ASLS) and Dimension Inx (DI) to kick off the first of its workshops!
“Automated Manufacturing: Tissue Design and Biofabrication Strategies” will take place May 31st and June 1st in Manchester, NH. The workshop is targeted at delivering value to individuals who want to see how manufacturing and bioprinting can help them take their academic research or commercial biofabrication process to the next level. As an added bonus to participation, as part of their commitment to supporting the workshop, Advanced Solutions Life Sciences will be giving away a Biobot™ Basic to one lucky workshop participant, which will be bundled with some of the Dimension Inx’s Hyperelastic Bone and 3D-Graphene 3D-Paints!
Throughout the course of the two-day event, attendees will be educated on current applications, troubleshooting the technology’s limitations as well as dialogue on what is possible with additive manufacturing. The schedule will combine seminars given by experts in the field, demonstrations of state-of-the-art technology and collaborative discussions. Not to mention the experiential hands-on workshops, which will involve participants using ASLS’ Tissue Structure Information Modeling Software® (TSIM) in order to design, visualize and create a precise 3D structure using ASLS’ Biobot™ Basic, the benchtop coordinate-axis bioprinter and DI’s advanced 3D paints.
This workshop will address the basics and beyond, providing innovative insights into the advancement of additive manufacturing in regenerative medicine and the interplay of new and emerging advanced software, hardware and materials. Due to the technical training involved in this workshop, space is limited. To view the draft agenda and register, click here (member registrations are heavily discounted) – you won’t want to miss this!