3D printing represents a different kind of disruption from other IT-related technologies — in the world of bioprinting it affects things largely centered on the physical world (e.g., tissue and organs) rather than the digital one.
A Guide to All the Food That's Fit to 3D Print (So Far) Businessweek Although squeezing out food, layer by layer, from a 3D printer may not yet be particularly efficient—nor sound that tasty—companies are already testing how the Jetsons-esque...
Texas researchers use 3-D printer to make tissue and skin WFAA The ultimate goal is to use 3-D printing to create skin and other tissue. “It's 3-D printing in a whole new way of thinking about it,” said Boland.
Scientists have used an inkjet printer to print cells from the eye, making a practical step in the quest to grow replenishment tissue for damaged or diseased organs.
Researchers at England's University of Cambridge extracted two types of cells from rat retinas and sent them through a printer nozzle to see if they survived.
The cells remained healthy after being "printed", retaining their ability to survive and grow in culture, they reported in the British journal Biofabrication.
3D printing is one of the new frontiers in engineering.
In that field, liquid or powdered polymers are substituted for ink. Sprayed in layers, the plastic forms a 3D shape – a boon for designers or exporters, for example, who want to show off a model of their product.
Ars Technica 3D-printed heart helps doctors prepare for life-saving surgery Gizmag 3D printing technology has assisted in life-saving heart surgery performed on a 14-month old child, with the J.B Speed School of Engineering at the University of...
Bio-printing companies and academics are finally having success keeping 3D printed human tissue alive long enough to use it for drug development and testing. It could be used for human implants someday.
SIGNPOST: New organs with 3D technology BDlive EVEN as the dwindling shipment of printers worldwide spells the imminent death of this obtrusive type of office equipment, print technology is making a startling comeback.
We have investigated whether inkjet printing technology can be extended to print cells of the adult rat central nervous system (CNS), retinal ganglion cells (RGC) and glia, and the effects on survival and growth of these cells in culture, which is...
Dezeen 3D-printing BioPen "draws" with living cells to repair damaged bones Dezeen News: researchers in Australia have developed a pen to deposit regenerative stem cells onto damaged bone and cartilage in a process similar to 3D printing.
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