Three-dimensional printing technology paves the way for healing of bones and tissues. Thanks to new 3D printing technology like the one developed by Osteopore, also known as bioprinting, doctors can now make safe and time-effective implants that suit the patients' requirements. — Read more
While a medical device company creates a 3D printed implant for a young man struggling with a concave chest, a doctor uses 3D printing to visualise and strategise for an upcoming complex surgery. — Read more
Osteopore delivered strong sales growth and gross margin in Q4, and the lifting of pandemic restrictions will provide the company with strong tailwinds ahead. — Read more
Osteopore (ASX:OSX) has been green lit by Hong Kong’s Medical Device Control System (MDACS), offering the bone healing specialist the perfect staging ground into Greater China. — Read more
In a major new development, bone healing company Osteopore (ASX:OSX) has been granted a patent in China for its ‘smart’ 3D biometric scaffolds. — Read more
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
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
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