A year ago, we founded BioBots in a dorm room on top of a noisy college bar with the mission of conquering the largest mystery of our generation – life. Disillusioned with existing tools and technologies for engineering organisms, and inspired by the idea of biology as technology, we launched BioBots with a command: “Build with Life.”
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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The BioBots team
As one of the first groups who are working with BioBots, Inc. to assess the seemingly endless potential of their bioprinter, we felt it would be good to share a bit about why we’re excited about bioprinting. Sohaib and his team have done a fantastic job describing the potential advances that bioprinting brings to tissue
echnological progress is marked by highly disruptive technologies – technologies that people don’t think they need when a new market comes up, but which fundamentally change the way we live our lives.
We saw it with personal computers in the late 70s and early 80s. We saw it again with smartphones in the last decade
As a species, we’ve had incredible success building machines that have completely changed our way of life. Ranging from the first computers to today’s cellphones, we have engineered some phenomenal systems. And yet, the most precise and well-articulated systems remain those that nature has built. Our human body is an example of one such...