Bioprinting is taking the world of science and technology by storm – a bit. And it should. This offshoot of 3D printing is poised to give medical researchers and scientists the magical wand they have always desired. Believe it or not, bioprinting allows medical honchos to build an organ, layer on a layer using state-of-the-art scanners and printers. For long, this ability had been reserved for product prototyping, model building, and auto design.
The excitement is real. With a raft of possibilities, 3D bioprinting is bound to open even greater leaps for scientists and medical researchers alike. But how does 3D bioprinting work? Continue reading