3D printing has recently become popular because of its ease and speed to customise 3D designs and turn them into real physical objects. 3D scientific and biological printing takes it further by 3D printing living cells, tissues and other biomaterials such as bacteria, antibodies, antigens, bio-gels, medicine, food materials and bio-polymers.
Scientists and engineers around the world continue to explore and study how the arrangement and design of living cells and other bio- and non-bio materials using 2D and/or 3D bio-printing can bring great potentials and applications in fields such as research & development, diagnostics, personalised medicine and drug development and testing.
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