Utrecht’s „tissue factory“ experiments further with 3D bioprinting

Utrecht’s experimental tissue factory aims to use research and 3D printing technology to break new ground in biofabrication and bring living, 3D-printed cartilage one step closer to becoming a reality.

The experimental tissue factory is currently being developed by Utrecht Life Sciences which is an open innovation network in the Netherlands, uniting Utrecht University, University Medical Center Utrecht, government, and business. The factory will consist of two cleanrooms where 3D bioprinters and cell culture facilities are installed and will focus on orthopedic 3D printing applications such as the repair of bone and cartilage.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)

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