3D Bioprinting & Biofabrication

3D printing is a 3-dimentional printing machine which gives the information of a 2D image in the form of 3D object. The layer of materials to form a 3D object is controlled by the computer by providing geometry of the object. 3D Bioprinting aids Tissue Engineering by providing an in depth information of the image and structure analysis of the image, which helps in solving the critical problems. Biofabrication is referred to the production of artificial tissues or organs to address health challenges in medicine. It often uses the principle of 3D Bioprinting to form cells, gels and fibers into an organ.

 

  • Bioprinting using microfluidics
  • Bioinks
  • Engineered Tissue
  • 3D printing technologies
  • Innovative development in 3D-bioprinting
  • Intelligent bio materials

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