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  • n. A device that performs bioprinting.


bio- +‎ printer (Wiktionary)


  • The device, called a bioprinter, may reduce the need for skin grafts. - latest science and technology news stories

  • Invetech and Organovo have created the first 3D bioprinter, which is capable of printing entire cells.


  • A team at Wake Forest University has built a "bioprinter" that uses cells instead of ink.

    Scientific American

  • Patrik D'haeseleer, a computational scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, says he has been going to BioCurious recently to work on a community project to hack an inkjet printer and make it a "bioprinter" that can print out cells, among other things.

    'Biohackers' Get Their Own Space to Create

  • But, before the point of producing small tissue samples is even reached, one must figure out how to actually use a computer program and a bioprinter to build these small systems. - latest science and technology news stories

  • In the bioprinter the skin cells became integrated in the surrounding skin, which the researchers said was probably because the sprayed cells included immature stem cells. - latest science and technology news stories

  • A laser inside the bioprinter, which was developed at Wake Forest University School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, first measures the size and shape of the wound and then applies specific skin cells precisely where they are needed. - latest science and technology news stories

  • Invetech in Melbourne, Australia designed and developed what may well turn out to be the world's first production model 3D bioprinter ...

    Longevity Meme News and Commentary

  • The company's bioprinter can produce three-dimensional patterns that grow into organs, providing surgeons with fresh blood vessels.

  • The tubes are made by a 3D inkjet bioprinter that Nakamura's team developed in a three-year project completed earlier this year at Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology, a foundation based southwest of Tokyo.

    Impact Lab


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