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Welcome to the Lattice podcast, the official podcast for 3DHEALS. This is where you will find fun but in-depth conversations (by founder Jenny Chen) with technological game-changers, creative minds, entrepreneurs, rule-breakers, and more. The conversations focus on how to use 3D technologies, like 3D printing and bioprinting, AR/VR, and In silico simulation, to reinvent healthcare and life sciences. This podcast will include AMA (Ask Me Anything) sessions, past Instagram Live interviews, press releases or updates from Pitch3D startups, select past virtual event recordings, and other direct engagements with our Tribe.

While there is no rule for our podcast content, the only rule we really follow is to provide our listeners with a maximized return on their attention and time investment.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @3dheals and check out the links in the show notes. 

3DHEALS Links: https://linktr.ee/3dheals

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In-silico simulation refers to using computer modeling and simulations to predict the behavior of biological systems or processes. It is an increasingly important concept for future medical device and drug development. The benefits of in-silico simulation include lowering costs, reducing animal testing, improving accuracy and safety, and clarifying regulatory pathways. This virtual event aims to illuminate the revolutionary potential of in silico simulation in not only 3D printed devices but ...
MELT electrowriting printing technology is a cutting-edge method that enables the precise fabrication of intricate structures at the micro- and nanoscale levels. This technology involves the controlled deposition of molten polymer fibers using electric fields, allowing for the creation of customized structures with high resolution and accuracy. In healthcare, MELT electrowriting has significant potential for various applications. For instance, it can be used to produce scaffolds for tissue en...
Dentistry seems to be the potential breakthrough industry to manifest many 3D printing enthusiasts’ dreams of mass customization, point-of-care delivery, and local manufacturing hub for dental professionals, reducing inefficiency and costs. Over the past several years, 3DHEALS has invited many different stakeholders to share their experiences, ranging from material innovation, and software development, to new clinical workflows. Applications ranging from surgical guides, implants, dentures, a...
My interview with our #newyork #community #manager Craig Rosenblum on what were some highlights on #tct2023 #medical3dprinting #dental3dprinting #biomedical #biomaterials #bioprinting at the largest 3D Printing conference in the world the TCT/RAPID 2023Support the Show.Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/3dhealsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/3dheals/Linkedin: https://linkedin.com/company/3dhealsWebsite: https://3dheals.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/3dhealsFacebook Group: h...
In this fun and insightful conversation with the co-founder and co-owner of Cabiomede (Instagram: @CabiomedeVet), I learned a lot more about Mateusz Pawlik, who is behind many of the incredible 3D printing veterinary products for both surgical plannings and for educational purposes. As a young entrepreneur, Mateusz shared with us his earlier failures right out of school, later, business pivots, and future outlook on healthcare 3D printing, not just for veterinary medicine but also for human m...
In this episode, we were fortunate to interview the CEO of Brinter, Tomi Kalpio, on Instagram Live to learn the birth history of Brinter, what makes Brinter differentiated from other bioprinting platforms, biotechnology entrepreneur life in Finland, Tomi’s vision for the bioprinting and regenerative medicine field, and the future of Brinter, why “collaboration” is more meaningful in 3D bioprinting either in the academia or commercial/pharma world, why is no one creating software for bioprinti...
In this episode of The Lattice podcast, we had the opportunity to chat with professor Ali Khademhosseini about his career, starting when he was a chemical engineering graduate student to becoming a full professor at Harvard, bicoastal move to UCLA, three-time entrepreneur, becoming an Amazon Fellow, to finally becoming the founder and director of the Terasaki Institute, a new educational research center that also wants to build young companies. While Ali has been incredibly productive in acad...
In this episode of Instagram live, we had the pleasure to interview Jordi Tura the CEO and founder of Xkelet on his entrepreneur journey and on 3D printing immobilization orthotic devices since 2014, which started with his own broken arm. In addition to the technical aspects of Xkelet's products, we also talked about how to grow a company ground up, how to work with doctors and healthcare systems, and how to improve unit economics to increase the adaption of the technologies, among others.&nb...
In this episode, we were able to have an in-depth conversation surrounding not just Amy Karle's major artworks using 3D printing and Bioprinting, but also her personal journey as a bioartist and the meanings behind her artworks. The two works we focused on include :1. Regenerative Reliquary, which is a bioprinted scaffold with stem cells in the shape of a hand in a bioreactor to grow bone tissue2. Heart Evolution, which is an artistic alternative design for a "better" heart that potenti...
In this fun, Instagram live we interviewed Robert Pugliese, who is the Director of Innovation Design at Thomas Jefferson University, and Jefferson Health where he co-founded the Health Design Lab, a creative space built with the purpose of merging together design-studio ethos with science-oriented discipline to foster innovation in healthcare. As usual, we started our conversation with his early career, the path to founding Health Design Lab, and how 3D printing played a role in all that. Rob...
In this episode, I had the pleasure to chat with professor Stephanie Willerth at the University of Victoria, also the founder of Axolotl Biosciences.Stephanie is not only an expert in bioprinting and bioinks in general, but also one of a few scientists in the world focusing on using 3D cell models on common but devastating neurological diseases such as GBM, Parkinson's Disease, and Alzheimer's Disease. We started with some basic concepts related to bioprinting, bioinks, organoids, and organ-o...
I had a lot of fun chatting with this international group of young entrepreneurs out of KTH from Akira Science ( @akirascience) in Sweden. We started the conversation on how the members of the team met. Then we moved onto the biopolymers the team is working on and commercializing, including why it is important to have controllable biodegradable biocompatible and 3D printable materials. We also touched upon the potential killer applications using the Akira biopolymer, including creating a scaf...
In this live Youtube interview, I had the pleasure of getting to the co-founders (also husband and wife) for 3D Biotechnology Solutions, Ana Millás and Pedro Massaguer. 3DBS is the first Brazilian startup that brought bioprinters to its local research institutions and market, and now it is gearing up to expand its global market including that of the United States. Some of the major talking points of this episode include Ana and Pedro's early journey as biotech cofounders in Brazil, their fund...
Follow 3DHEALS: https://linktr.ee/3dhealshttps://www.instagram.com/3dhealsIn this Episode of 3dhealsLive, we spoke about the unique journey for Dr. Zille on how he was a hobbyist CAD designer for cars (since 17 years old) to a CMF surgeon. What was the first clinical case that inspired him to dig deeper into using 3D printing for CMF and implants? What advice does he have for clinicians and newcomers who want to venture into the world of CAD/CAM design and medical 3D printing #dental3dprintin...
I had a lot of fun speaking to Matteo Zanfabro (Instagram account: 3dvet.printing and playvet3d) because of many good reasons. Not only we both love what 3D printing can do for healthcare but also share a passion for medical imaging, although our clients are very different. In this episode, we talked a little about his early journey into using 3D printing for veterinary medicine, and some unique challenges in adopting 3D printing for animals. There is certainly a lot for human doctors a...
In this episode of Instagram Live recording, I had the pleasure to interview two young startup co-founders, Adam Hecht and Alex Tholl from @divedesignco (website: DiveDesign Studio) who created a niche for themselves in the space of 3D printed prosthesis for animals and athletes. Important topics covered in this interview (in both video and podcast formats) include: How can a young product design company effectively differentiate itself from thousands of others? What was the inflection point ...
In this episode of Instagram Live recording, I invited Dr. Daniel Vegh, a young faculty member and prosthodontist from Semmelweis University to share with us his journey of learning about 3D printing for dentistry, his recent accomplishments in the space, and his vision for its future. Dr. Vegh is the author behind @3d_printing_dentistry on Instagram. Daniel also shared how he leveraged social media to build a community for dental 3D printing both locally and internationally. He ...
It has been almost nine months since we interviewed Mike Graffeo, CEO, and co-founder of Fluidform, a 3D printing startup out of Carnegie Mellon University focusing on key applications using Freeform Reversible Embedding of Suspended Hydrogels (FRESH) technology. If the average lifetime of a typical startup is five years, the one-year time of a startup is equivalent to 20 human years. Check out the recording of this episode of Instagram Live on how a bioprinting startup was founde...
This fun and insightful conversation with Juan Pablo Garcia Venegas, the engineer behind works on Instagram @m3daid. Juan shared with us how he was inspired to create various 3D printed medical models for the simple but important goal to help the medical students and trainees to learn human anatomies better, with advantages of not recognizing three-dimensional shape but also mobility and functionality, things impossible from an anatomy book. I could not agree more. Here are my first...
What is generative art? What is algorithmicart ? What is fractal? How is this related to the world of 3D printing, bioprinting, and 3dHEALS? Join me and our guest Robert Bruce, the young artist behind some very mind-expanding art pieces using computer science and mathematics.About our guest Bruce Roberts:"My name is Bruce (the artist behind Instagram @canvas.51) and I am studying engineering. As a kid, I developed a passion for programming and have been doing so as a hobby ever since. Program...
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