New device paves the way to 3-D-printed organs, food

In an effort to scale up the manufacture of biomaterials, researchers at UC Berkeley have combined bioprinting, a robotic arm, and flash freezing that may one day allow living tissue and even whole organs to be printed on demand. By printing cells into 2D sheets and then freezing them as assembled, the new technique improves cell survival during both building and storage... Continue Reading 2D stacking method could make 3D-printed organs viable Category: 3D Printing Tags: 3D Printing Bioprinting UC Berkeley

New device paves the way to 3-D-printed organs, food

More than 113,000 people are currently on the national transplant list. And with a shortage of donors, this means that about 20 people will die every day while waiting for an organ, according ...

Mon 22 Apr 19 from TechXplore

New device paves the way to 3D-printed organs, food, Mon 22 Apr 19 from Science Blog

2D stacking method could make 3D-printed organs viable

In an effort to scale up the manufacture of biomaterials, researchers at UC Berkeley have combined bioprinting, a robotic arm, and flash freezing that may one day allow living tissue ...

Mon 22 Apr 19 from Gizmag

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