Medical technology company Singular Health has partnered with innovative Australian scientific research agency CSIRO, on a project that is looking to develop an artificial intelligence-based tool to automatically design replacement “cranial implants” for 3D printing. The company has also entered into a collaboration with ASX-listed Osteopore to validate results of the project. — Read more
At Osteopore, one of our guiding principles is the value of collaboration. We believe that it is foundational to success and are always seeking to learn from and add value to our partners. — Read more
Regenerative implant innovators Osteopore and plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr Michael Wagels have teamed up to conduct two ground-breaking human clinical trials. — Read more
After revolutionising reconstructive surgeries with regenerative implants that promote natural bone healing and tissue repair, Osteopore International is globalising its devices for broader use in dental, orthopaedic and spinal surgeries. — Read more
Medical technology company Osteopore (ASX: OSX) says the “robust capital position” it ended the June quarter in will enable it to take advantage of an expected increase in elective surgeries. — Read more
After a traumatic accident in 2011, Nadiah binte Mat Ithnin’s life as a young mother was filled with years of pain and struggle, on an uphill battle to recovery. This is her story of hope, and how a revolutionary 3D-printed facial implant developed by Osteopore changed her life. — Read more
A recent article published in the Advance Science magazine discussed research by Monash University that uncovered a new technique to alter the shape of individual stem cells, which could potentially speed up recovery times for bone replacements. — Read more
Medtech company Osteopore (ASX: OSX) will soon have it’s 3D-printed bone regeneration products in the view of major international medical markets through a new collaboration with one of the world’s largest medical companies. — Read more
In December 2017, at just 19 months old, Baby Zia was diagnosed with craniosynostosis, a premature fusion of the skull that is supposed to gradually occur throughout a child’s first six years. — Read more
Brisbane man Brodie Ellis is regrowing his own skull, thanks to a world-first operation using a 3D-printed implant at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. — Read more