The selection of light-source is also important as UV light-based crosslinking is detrimental to cell function.
Prof. Khoon Lim



    The Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas (FORTH) is one of the largest research centers in Greece with well-organized facilities, highly qualified personnel and a reputation as a top-level research institution worldwide.

    The Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser (IESL) has since established its international presence in the areas of Laser Science, Micro/nano-electronics, Polymer Science, Materials Science and Astrophysics. Nowadays, IESL occupies a distinct position in the international scientific map in several of these fields.
  • IMAXT Laboratory – CRUK Cambridge Institute - University of Cambridge

    Dr. Dario Bressan is head of IMAXT laboratory at Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute. Together with his team they aim to gather thousands of bits of information about every single cell in a tumour and use it to construct a 3D version that can be studied using virtual reality. This will allow everybody from scientists to patients to students to understand cancer in a new way.

    Dr. Bressan flew over to the headquarters of IN-VISION for researches to create an illumination pattern in cells with a FIREBIRD LIGHT ENGINE with the SCHEDIR PROJECTION LENS.
  • Bio Nano Interface Lab, Lehigh University

    Their primary research interest is Micro/NanoEngineering for Biology and Medicine, in particular, using combined experimental and computational approaches to characterize the interfacial phenomena at the micro/nano scale and in biological systems. Examples include lab on chip devices for biomedical application, fluid-structure interaction, particulate and multiphase flow, blood rheology, biomedical device (artificial heart, valves, stents, etc) design, electromagnetic manipulation of bio-nanoparticles, DNA sequencing in functionalized nanopores, etc.

    Source: Lehigh University
  • Yang's Group at DTU Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark

    Yang's group studies the self-organization of flow structures in nature. The team is interested in reversing the principles of computed tomography to build 3D objects rapidly, and in using orthogonal photochemistry to modulate an object’s mechanical properties. The group pioneered multifunctional freeform manufacturing via polyspectral tomographic reconstruction, during which In-Vision's multi-wavelength light engine has been instrumental to attaining key proof of concepts.

    Yang's Group at DTU Cemistry
  • TU Vienna

    Austria's primary institution for research and education in technology and natural sciences is the TU Wien. With over 4,000 scientists, it focuses on "technology for people" across five key research domains spread across eight faculties.

    Interview with Prof. Stampfl from TU Wien
  • The Kaplan Labs - Tufts University

    The Kaplan Lab has become a pioneer in the use of silk-based biomaterials for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Having already devised a technique for 3D printing bone via paste extrusion, post-doctoral researcher Vincent Fitzpatrick aimed to expand his work into techniques for developing soft tissues, such as cartilage, based on silk substrate material.

    Advancing Soft Tissue Regeneration with DLP 3D Bioprinting

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