Research & Development

Research & Development

Research & Development

Research & Devlopment

BIO-Ink

Several Bio Inks are used in Bio3D Printing to create living tissues by forming multicellular bioprinting building blocks. These Bio Inks allow for precise control over cells, and spatial distribution of cells and biomolecules within the 3D Printed Bio Scaffold. In addition to bio compatibility there are a number of desirable material properties of a Bio Ink to ensure that the cells receive sufficient nutrients and cellular encapsulations, and also facilitate high gelation rate, printability, antibacterial properties, cross linking, cell adhesion and proliferation. We are involved in the development of Bio Inks for novel applications.

BIO-Ink

Several Bio Inks are used in Bio3D Printing to create living tissues by forming multicellular bioprinting building blocks. These Bio Inks allow for precise control over cells, and spatial distribution of cells and biomolecules within the 3D Printed Bio Scaffold. In addition to bio compatibility there are a number of desirable material properties of a Bio Ink to ensure that the cells receive sufficient nutrients and cellular encapsulations, and also facilitate high gelation rate, printability, antibacterial properties, cross linking, cell adhesion and proliferation. We are involved in the development of Bio Inks for novel applications.

BIO-Ink

Several Bio Inks are used in Bio3D Printing to create living tissues by forming multicellular bioprinting building blocks. These Bio Inks allow for precise control over cells, and spatial distribution of cells and biomolecules within the 3D Printed Bio Scaffold. In addition to bio compatibility there are a number of desirable material properties of a Bio Ink to ensure that the cells receive sufficient nutrients and cellular encapsulations, and also facilitate high gelation rate, printability, antibacterial properties, cross linking, cell adhesion and proliferation. We are involved in the development of Bio Inks for novel applications.

Bio-Ink

Several Bio Inks are used in Bio3D Printing to create living tissues by forming multicellular bioprinting building blocks. These Bio Inks allow for precise control over cells, and spatial distribution of cells and biomolecules within the 3D Printed Bio Scaffold. In addition to bio compatibility there are a number of desirable material properties of a Bio Ink to ensure that the cells receive sufficient nutrients and cellular encapsulations, and also facilitate high gelation rate, printability, antibacterial properties, cross linking, cell adhesion and proliferation. We are involved in the development of Bio Inks for novel applications.

Personalised Medicine

Personalised medicine is the future of healthcare, and the use of additive manufacturing technology is bound to revolutionise the pharmaceutical sector. The use of patient specific drugs offers complete control over genomics suitability, dosage, and drug release, avoiding issues of undesirable side effects. The use of 3D Printed drugs would enable integration of multiple medications into a single polypill for patients with complicated medical regimens from small molecule compounds to large molecules and biologics. There would be an overall reduction in the amount of active pharmaceutical ingredients used during formulation, and could lead to decentralised, on-demand production.

Personalised Medicine

Personalised medicine is the future of healthcare, and the use of additive manufacturing technology is bound to revolutionise the pharmaceutical sector. The use of patient specific drugs offers complete control over genomics suitability, dosage, and drug release, avoiding issues of undesirable side effects. The use of 3D Printed drugs would enable integration of multiple medications into a single polypill for patients with complicated medical regimens from small molecule compounds to large molecules and biologics. There would be an overall reduction in the amount of active pharmaceutical ingredients used during formulation, and could lead to decentralised, on-demand production.

Personalised medicine is the future of healthcare, and the use of additive manufacturing technology is bound to revolutionise the pharmaceutical sector. The use of patient specific drugs offers complete control over genomics suitability, dosage, and drug release, avoiding issues of undesirable side effects. The use of 3D Printed drugs would enable integration of multiple medications into a single polypill for patients with complicated medical regimens from small molecule compounds to large molecules and biologics. There would be an overall reduction in the amount of active pharmaceutical ingredients used during formulation, and could lead to decentralised, on-demand production.

Personalised Medicine

Personalised Medicine

Personalised medicine is the future of healthcare, and the use of additive manufacturing technology is bound to revolutionise the pharmaceutical sector. The use of patient specific drugs offers complete control over genomics suitability, dosage, and drug release, avoiding issues of undesirable side effects. The use of 3D Printed drugs would enable integration of multiple medications into a single polypill for patients with complicated medical regimens from small molecule compounds to large molecules and biologics. There would be an overall reduction in the amount of active pharmaceutical ingredients used during formulation, and could lead to decentralised, on-demand production.