In this post, we’re going to take you through some of the basics behind using one of our 3D bioprinters. What does it look like? How does it work? Well, it all comes down to three pretty simple steps.
Researchers hope tissues could help with drug testing and one day even lead to lab-grown heart replacements
Check out the amazing work that our collaborators, Dr. Kevin Costa and his lab, are doing at Mount Sinai!
3D bioprinting is an intuitive way to approach biology. But not many people realize its versatility. To give an idea of what is possible through 3D bioprinting, we’re starting a little series called “10 Cool Things You Could Print with a 3D Bioprinter.” Hopefully, this will make the idea of bioprinting a little more accessible! So...
Here at BioBots, we aim to create a culture of collaboration around 3D biological printing. We envision a world where researchers, doctors, 3D bioprinter manufacturers, software companies, lab equipment companies, and perhaps most importantly, DIY 3D bioprinting enthusiasts can coexist and cooperate on groundbreaking work in an open...
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