3D bioprinting is an intuitive way to approach biology. But not many people realize its versatility. Read on for 10 cool things you could make with a 3D bioprinter in the hear future. Hopefully, this will make the idea of bioprinting a little more accessible! So without further ado, let’s get started.
1. Joint replacements, think knee, ankle and elbow.
2. Microfluidic chips
3. Cell scaffolds for replacement organs, eventually making fulling functioning organs
5. Accurate surgical models for physicians to practice difficult procedures
6. Drugs with custom release rates, compositions, and geometries
7. Teeth and dental implants
8. Skin grafts for burn victims
9. Casts and bioactive clothing
10. Blood vessels, arteries and heart valves
And our users are just getting started. Check back as we cover new publications from #Allevi Authors and see what amazing applications they come up with next.