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New 3D bio-printer for research in Leartiker's Health Department

The Leartiker technology centre has purchased a 3D bio-printer that will serve as a major resource in the Health Department's research into polymer technology. Bio-printing is a technology that is revolutionising modern medicine, making it possible to create different cell structures from a bio-ink made from stem cells to develop 3D organs using a patient's cells.



The resurgence of the SMC (Sheet Moulding Compound) process

Sheet Moulding Compounds are polymeric materials composed of thermosetting resin reinforced with carbon and/or glass fibres. They are produced in sheets and then compression moulded.



Regenerative medicine and 3D printing technologies to treat myocardial infarction

Leartiker kicks off a new international venture with its participation in the CARDIOPATCH project, led by the Clínica Universidad de Navarra and co-financed by the European Union's Interreg Sudoe Programme through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). Nine organizations specialised in cardiology, cell therapy, nanotechnology, 3D printing, bioengineering and technology transfer from Spain, France and Portugal are participating in the project.


Leartiker Elikagaien Teknologia

Edificio Tecnología de Alimentos

phone: +34 946169167

Xemein Etorbidea, 19
48270 Markina-Xemein (Bizkaia)

Leartiker Polymer R&D

Lea Artibai Berrikuntza gunea

phone: +34 946169089

Xemein Etorbidea, 12A
48270 Markina-Xemein (Bizkaia)

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