The medium-sized company develops and produces 3D printers and grayscale lithography systems as well as specially developed printing materials and application-specific solutions for various microfabrication applications. The specialist for additive manufacturing of high-precision structures and objects on the nano-, micro- and mesoscale was founded in 2007 as a spin-off of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and is part of the BICO Group since June 2021. More than 4,000 users and operators at top universities and innovative companies worldwide benefit from the groundbreaking technology and application tailored solutions for 3D Microfabrication. Nanoscribe has created its strong market leading position through high quality engineering and agility to continuously develop its products to meet customers’ high expectations.
Founded in 2016, BICO (formerly CELLINK) is the leading bio convergence company in the world. By combining different technologies, such as robotics, artificial intelligence, computer science, and 3D bioprinting with biology, we enable our customers to improve people’s health and lives for the better.
The company has a focus on developing technologies that will advance Health 4.0 Next Generation Core Industry Ecosystems that enable tissue engineering, diagnostics, multiomics, and cell line development. BICO’s technologies enable researchers in the life sciences to culture cells in 3D, perform high-throughput drug screening and print human tissues and organs for the medical, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries. We create the future of health.
The Group’s instruments in the field amounts to 25,000, including all the top 20 pharmaceutical companies, are being used in more than 65 countries, and have been cited in more than 9,500 publications. BICO is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm under BICO. www.bico.com
Img. 1: This model was particularly challenging to create because the satellite itself is mounted on a single strut. The planar solar panels, on the other hand, protrude far out, just like in space, but are stabilized by even more filigree struts. Even the astronaut on the outboard mission was printed down to the finest detail. © Nanoscribe, www.nanoscribe.com
Img. 2: The runner shows even the smallest details, such as folds in her shirt, individual fingers, or shoelaces. Quite a challenge for 3D printing. © Nanoscribe, www.nanoscribe.com
Img. 3: The runner is standing stable, despite her small footprint. Even the smallest details of her prosthetic leg have been crafted to the finest detail. © Nanoscribe, www.nanoscribe.com
Img. 4: This 56-story skyscraper shows even the smallest details, clearly visible in Samsung's promotional video. Every single miniature window is precisely manufactured. © Nanoscribe, www.nanoscribe.com
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