Bioprinting is advancing at an increasing pace. Now, with living liver tissue being printed in 3D without scaffolds, Organovo should be knocking on the FDA’s door any day now.
Breast cancer affects millions of women, and many choose to have mastectomies because of the costs and risks of tissue reconstruction. Now researchers are developing bioprinting technologies to make tissue reconstruction safer and more accessible.
You’re going to have to watch the video to believe this one. Researchers are 3D printing liquid structures that could hold cells and drugs, with water droplets.
Bioprinting is popping up everywhere, but the University of Iowa has a special weapon: a custom built two-arm 3D printer.
The future is a scary thing to some people. It’s not what could go right, but what could go wrong. And RT seems quite afraid of bioprinting.
Researchers in Paris are now using embryonic human stem cells in a 3D printer, paving the way to printed organs.
The Dr. Frankensteins at Organovo have been bioprinting with code-based programs; they desperately need a real user interface that will speed up the process of biodesigning.