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Bioprinting involves the use of 3D printing technology to build tissues and organs. Bioprinting precisely places cells, proteins, DNA, drug particles, growth factors and biologically active particles spatially to guide tissue generation and formation. It has been used extensively in the field of regenerative medicine.
Cellular models based on reprogrammed human cells could boost development of efficient therapies

Cellular models based on reprogrammed human cells could boost development of efficient therapies

NIH scientists use patient stem cells and 3D bioprinting to produce eye tissue

NIH scientists use patient stem cells and 3D bioprinting to produce eye tissue

Using 3D patient tumor avatars to guide cancer treatment decisions

Using 3D patient tumor avatars to guide cancer treatment decisions

'Stem cell plasters' could revolutionize treatment for children with congenital heart disease

'Stem cell plasters' could revolutionize treatment for children with congenital heart disease

Hydrogel bioink can bioprint conduits that mimic the mechanics of native blood vessels

Hydrogel bioink can bioprint conduits that mimic the mechanics of native blood vessels

Penn State researchers lay the foundation for precision fabrication of tumor models

Penn State researchers lay the foundation for precision fabrication of tumor models

Researchers find a reproducible way to study cellular functions of plants cells with 3D bioprinting

Researchers find a reproducible way to study cellular functions of plants cells with 3D bioprinting

Researchers develop new bandage treatment to treat diabetic foot ulcers

Researchers develop new bandage treatment to treat diabetic foot ulcers

New board members bring significant leadership experience in the biotech sector

New board members bring significant leadership experience in the biotech sector

Using human tissue models to improve treatment and diagnosis of heart attacks

Using human tissue models to improve treatment and diagnosis of heart attacks

Inventia Life Science partners with Xylyx Bio to develop tissue-specific, digitally-printed bioinks for drug discovery

Inventia Life Science partners with Xylyx Bio to develop tissue-specific, digitally-printed bioinks for drug discovery

Cornell researchers engineer a biohybrid composite material that mimics natural tissue

Cornell researchers engineer a biohybrid composite material that mimics natural tissue

BICO; Combining Life Sciences Solutions to Further Human Health

BICO; Combining Life Sciences Solutions to Further Human Health

Bioprinting for bone repair enhanced with two growth factor encoding genes

Bioprinting for bone repair enhanced with two growth factor encoding genes

Arrayjet introduces Mercury range of next-generation microarray printers

Arrayjet introduces Mercury range of next-generation microarray printers

3D Printing Testicular Cells to Treat Infertility

3D Printing Testicular Cells to Treat Infertility

The obstacles to developing high-throughput 3D wound healing models

The obstacles to developing high-throughput 3D wound healing models

New 3D model of living brain cancer overcomes a major challenge in tissue engineering

New 3D model of living brain cancer overcomes a major challenge in tissue engineering

Harvard’s new kidney engineering technology licensed to San Diego-based Trestle Biotherapeutics

Harvard’s new kidney engineering technology licensed to San Diego-based Trestle Biotherapeutics

3D model of living brain cancer developed as a potential alternative for drug testing without animals

3D model of living brain cancer developed as a potential alternative for drug testing without animals