One of the most exciting areas of product development in recent years has been the field of bioprinting. Using cutting-edge 3D printing technology, researchers have been able to create living tissues and organs that can be used for transplants. This could potentially revolutionize the healthcare industry, making it possible to print customized organs on demand. In addition, bioprinting is also being used to create food and other consumer products. As the technology continues to evolve, it is likely that bioprinting will have a major impact on many different industries in the years to come.
A six-axis robotic arm has been converted into a 3D bioprinter with the ability to print cells from all angles by scientists at the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).