Scientists have managed to take a 3D bioprint of a human heart, a significant step with the potential to save many lives
3D bioprinting has huge potential for regenerative medicine. We are already able to successfully culture stem cells and use them to engineer human tissue.
Muga silk, wild silk originating in Assam, is known for its durability & its shimmering, glossy texture.
The lunar base will be built using a combination of prefabricated parts and large-scale 3D printing.
Magnetic 3D bioprinting technology has been designed to grow living tissues, and eventually organs.
The technique allows control over rigidity of the printed tissue without changes to its shape.
Based on initial tests, the artificial placenta on a chip behaves similarly to a natural placenta
Scientists have found a way to produce cartilage tissue by 3D bioprinting an ink containing human cells, that may lead to personalised implants to heal damaged noses, ears and knees.