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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.
RBCC’s BiO Assay wins grant from CASIS for Biological Research in Microgravity

RBCC’s BiO Assay wins grant from CASIS for Biological Research in Microgravity

n3D and RBCC seek new finance partners to market and develop 3D bioprinting technology

n3D and RBCC seek new finance partners to market and develop 3D bioprinting technology

New method enables scientists to print tissue constructs with blood vessels

New method enables scientists to print tissue constructs with blood vessels

Researchers introduce unique micro-robotic technique for tissue engineering and 3D printing

Researchers introduce unique micro-robotic technique for tissue engineering and 3D printing

New innovations in booming 3D printing industry

New innovations in booming 3D printing industry

RBCC's partner Nano3D Biosciences develops new 3D bioprinting system

RBCC's partner Nano3D Biosciences develops new 3D bioprinting system

3D printed templates of filament networks can improve function of engineered living tissues

3D printed templates of filament networks can improve function of engineered living tissues

Organovo 2011 total revenues increase 61% to $968,513

Organovo 2011 total revenues increase 61% to $968,513

Researchers use standard inkjet printer to print live cells

Researchers use standard inkjet printer to print live cells

New stem cell bioprinting for uniform, controlled size embryoid body formation

New stem cell bioprinting for uniform, controlled size embryoid body formation

Organovo releases data on bioprinted blood vessels

Organovo releases data on bioprinted blood vessels

CSC's Leading Edge Forum: Disruptive technologies to reshape delivery of healthcare

CSC's Leading Edge Forum: Disruptive technologies to reshape delivery of healthcare

UC San Diego researchers receive NIH grant to develop scaffolds

UC San Diego researchers receive NIH grant to develop scaffolds

Researchers test possibility of growing kidneys for transplant

Researchers test possibility of growing kidneys for transplant