Nano Dimension have filed for a patent pertaining to the production of bioartificial materials using their trademark inkjet technology. This makes Nano Dimension one of a growing number of ...Read More »
3D bio printing of human tissue has been around since the early two-thousands. Nowadays scientists are in the midst of moving from printing tiny sheets of tissue to entire 3D organs. 3Dprinting.com will keep you informed of the latest developments in the bio printing industry.
To say that 3D printing will improve our lives, is to state the obvious. There is little doubt against that line of argument. What most people struggle with, however, is in understanding how ...Read More »
Artificial Human Lung Some exciting news from the Czech Republic. Scientists at the Brno University of Technology developed an artificial human lung that could pave the way for better ...Read More »
A research team at Princeton University succeeded in interweaving tissue with electronics using 3D printing technology. The technique allowed the researchers to combine antenna electronics ...Read More »
At the 2013 Experimental Biology conference in Boston, Organovo, a company specialised in bioprinting presented the first fully cellular 3D bioprinted liver tissue. "We have achieved ...Read More »
Scientists at the Cornell University have found a method that enables them to grow a new ear within days using a combination of 3D printing and living-cell gels. This new technique could ...Read More »
The developments of bio-printing are possibly the most fascinating of all 3D printing developments. In the last few years, medical science has used 3D printers to create ...Read More »