3-D bioprinting

3D-bioprinted tissues can be frozen and stored until needed
Cryobioprinted 2D sample in the pattern of a snowflake CREDIT: Hossein Ravanbakhsh 3D-bioprinted tissues can
3D printing living skin complete with blood vessels

Development is significant step toward skin grafts that can be integrated into patient’s skin Researchers

A high-resolution bioprinting process with completely new materials

With a new process developed at TU Wien (Vienna), living cells can be integrated into

Being able to 3D print a full-sized adult human heart just got much closer

CMU researchers have published in Science a new 3D bioprinting method that brings the field

3D-printing skin and bone so astronauts might heal themselves on missions

3D printing human tissue could help keep astronauts healthy all the way to Mars. An

Gearing up for the mass production of biomaterials

UC Berkeley innovations speed up 3D bioprinting More than 113,000 people are currently on the national transplant

Researchers have printed the world’s first 3D vascularised engineered heart using a patient’s own cells and biological materials

Engineered heart completely matches the immunological, cellular, biochemical and anatomical properties of the patient In

Advancing the 3D bioprinting of complex tissues and structures

A team of Brigham and Women’s Hospital researchers have developed a way to bioprint tubular

Human corneas 3D printed for the first time

The first human corneas have been 3D printed by scientists at Newcastle University. It means the

Printing of high-resolution complex living tissues for regenerative medicine

Scientists at the University of Oxford have developed a new method to 3D-print laboratory-grown cells

One step closer to 3-D printing transplantable tissues and organs with functioning capiliaries

Rice, Baylor College of Medicine make necessary step on road to 3-D bioprinting In their

Success in generating cartilage tissue by printing stem cells using a 3D-bioprinter

A team of researchers at Sahlgrenska Academy has managed to generate cartilage tissue by printing

3D bioprinting produces human cartilage cells that can live and grow in an animal model

Swedish researchers at Sahlgrenska Academy and Chalmers University of Technology have successfully induced human cartilage

Nanoengineers 3D print lifelike functional blood vessel network

Nanoengineers 3D print lifelike, functional blood vessel network that could pave the way toward artificial

3D bioprinter produces living human skin for transplants to burn victims and other skin conditions

This research has recently been published in the electronic version of the scientific journal Biofabrication. In