The magazine Veckans Affärer each year choose this year’s 101 super talents in Sweden. In the category of entrepreneurs we find Erik Gatenholm and Hector Martinez from Cellink in the Biotech Center in an honourable second place.
Thus, they are considered to already have had an impact on Swedish industry and will continue to make their mark, according to Veckans Affärer. Cellink is definately one of West Sweden’s growth rockets!
After the IPO on Nasdaq First North recently, they have received much attention and are now launching a new 3D printer model, developed specifically to fit researchers and innovators in medical technology and life sciences. The model includes a completely new kind of computer that will make it easier to build complex tissue.
Cellink is the very first bioink company in the world and the first bioprinting company in Scandinavia. The interest to be able to print human tissue is large, not least from the cosmetics industry who see opportunities for significant skin tests without animal testing.
Cellink is part of GU Ventures incubator.