Bio-fabrication & Bio-manufacturing

Bioprinting with the 3D-bioplotter allows medical researchers to combine cells, gels, fibers, polymers, ceramics, metals and more into a single scaffolded object that can replace a diseased, injured or missing body part, from tissue and bone to organs.

In fact, biofabrication research is being done in a wide range of areas:

  • Skin
  • Cartilage
  • Bone
  • Blood vessels
  • Organs such as the heart, kidney, placenta and ovaries
  • Drug and nutrient delivery

With biofabrication, a platform must be trusted to accurately place cells and mix materials in a sterile, temperature-controlled environment, as the 3D-Bioplotter has been doing for more than a decade. It also should be easy for researchers to use and manipulate for their various research needs.

 

  • Types of Biosensors

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