Additive Fabrication of Biological Structures in Organ and Cell Scale

Date & time: 2020-09-08 00:00:00

Hosted by:

Ryo Asada, PhD, Application Specialist

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An Introduction to 3D Bioprinting.

Human tissues and organs consist of various types of cells that are distributed in an organized manner. These cells exert coordinated functions through their physical and chemical interactions. 3D bioprinting is a groundbreaking technology that enables on-demand dispensing of cultured cells, making it possible to build tissue and organ models that more closely resemble their in vivo environments.

Hosted by Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST)

See a video on how the system works in practice

Get the link to the full video below, or watch the abridged version on our Youtube channel.

BIO X6 - Demo

BIO X6 - Demo