Interest and biomedical demand for 3D bioprinting continue to increase. Learn all about 3D printing in medicine.
Bioinks are the “filament” of bioprinters. Have you ever wondered what's inside them or how they work? Let us give you the tour.
Bioprinting, although a very new field, has already produced many promising areas. Dive into 3D printing skin, one of the most practical projects in this sector.
Researchers from the Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology are using 3D bioprinting method to control melanin-production in skin cells on a biomimetic tissue substrate, creating human-like skin pigmentation.
Researchers have developed biocompatible materials from apple waste, which can be used as matrices to regenerate bone and cartilage tissues.
BioBots’ 3D printer uses special ink, biomaterials and living cells in order to build 3D living tissue and human limbs and organs.
3D printing is giving hope and relief to those with damaged ears or hearing. Learn about some new and exciting advances in 3D printed ears!
3D bioprinted organs, especially hearts, are slowly becoming a reality. Learn about the most promising 3D printed heart projects of 2020.
Producing a functional 3D printed kidney may not yet be a reality, but there are a number of promising projects. Read on as we cover some of the latest advancements in 3D printed kidney projects.
The European Space Agency is working on a project to 3D print living tissue for uses in space exploration. So far, it's used bio-printing to create bone and skin samples which could be recreated in a low-gravity environment.
A team of engineers from the University of Illinois have developed a free-form isomalt 3D printing technology that produces intricate sugar-based scaffolding, which could potentially be used to grow tissue or study tumors.
A sheet of bioprinted hydrogels -- inspired by the electric eel -- is capable of delivering 110 volts of electricity. It has potential to become a soft power source which draws on a biological system's chemical energy.
A team of Chinese plastic surgeons and tissue engineers have devised a method to 3D print cells which assemble into a replica of a patient’s ear.
New Jersey startup Modern Meadow unveils ZOA, an animal-free biofabricated leather material that is made from genetically engineered yeast.
All3DP.com talked to Dr. Gabor Forgacs, Organovo, about his perspective on 3D printing industry - today and tomorrow.
Scientists at Rice University developed a new technique for bioprinting tissues, bringing us one step closer to 3D printed organs.