University-developed 3D tissue bioprinting technology now commercially available

Swansea University life science technology spin out company 3Dynamic Systems Ltd (3DS) has announced the availability of its two 3D bioprinting machines – the Alpha and Omega bioprinters.

These two new machines are capable of depositing a range of biologically active and biologically compatible materials, with applications for life sciences research, regenerative medicine, bone tissue engineering, and pharmaceutical development.

3DS, which is based at the University, was founded by Dr Daniel J Thomas (pictured), Senior Research Officer in the College of Engineering’s Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating (WCPC).
(…weiter auf swansea.ac.uk)




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