This robot is learning how to print a human organ

Kentucky-based software company Advanced Solutions has developed what it calls the world’s first 3D human tissue printer that operates on a six axis robot. Called the BioAssemblyBot, the machine is the second generation of 3D printers focused on producing biomedical materials intended to revolutionizing healthcare. The goal is to 3D print human organs, Advanced Solutions president and CEO Michael Golway …

Will printed 3D organs be part of the future? Advanced Solutions thinks so

Advanced Solutions says it is moving ever closer to developing software to print 3D human organs. The US-based company’s BioAssembly Bot is built to produce biomedical materials and to develop vascular structures outside of the human body. It uses Tissue Structure Information Modeling, software that gives operators the ability to design tissue structure so that it can be replicated by …

YPO Announces The 2017 Global Innovation Award Winners

By Angela Mers Regional Marketing and PR Manager at YPO Honoring Global Innovators Initiating Breakthroughs that Inspire Positive Transformation DALLAS – 17 May 2017 – YPO, the premier chief executive leadership organization in the world, concluded its second-annual YPO Innovation Week by announcing the winners of the Global Innovation Awards, which honors those YPO members who have created transformative innovations …

YPO Announces 2017 Global Innovation Award Finalists

May 01, 2017 18:01 ET | Source: Young Presidents’ Organization, Inc. Celebrating the ingenuity, inventiveness and breakthrough transformations of YPO leaders DALLAS – 2 May 2017 – YPO, the premier chief executive leadership organization in the world, today announced the top finalists for its Global Innovation Award, which honors those YPO members who have initiated breakthrough innovations that inspire positive …

Michael Golway at Stanford Medicine X 2015

Michael Golway, President and CEO of Advanced Solutions, introduces BioAssemblyBot®, the world’s first 3D human tissue printer using a robot that works like a human arm, along with TSIM(TM), a 3D digital prototyping software tool used to design and model tissue structures. This presentation includes a powerful insight into how BioAssemblyBot® and TSIM™ are challenging the traditional 3D printing approach, …

Autodesk University 2014 Exhibition Hall Highlights

Here’s our pick of some of the best emerging technologies today, on display at AU2014. Autodesk Fusion 360 is helping designers such as SolePower create solutions for those in developing countries. Local Motors are at it again upping their design skills, this time with the world’s first 3D printed car. Autodesk’s open Spark and Ember platform is a step in …