3D Bioprinting: A Solution To The Organ Shortage Crisis?


But what if we could skip the whole process? What if we no longer had to harvest organs from people? What if we could make on-demand organs with a patient’s own cells?

What’s the matter with bioinks?

While significant strides have been made in the field of bioprinting in the last decade, the commercial availability and clinical application of bioprinting has been limited by the lack of appropriate bioinks.

What’s the status quo?

Step 1: Formulating bioinks

Step 2: Bioprinting the tissues

Step 3: Determining their properties

Step 4: Training a ML model

Next steps…





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computational biology & biological computing. ammiellewb.com

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