Life Bioprinted
In a highly horizontal industry such as 3D printing, the area of bioprinting can represent an entire industry. Therefore, this section in the 3D printing business directory reflects the diversity of this industrial segment. It includes 3D bioprinter hardware manufacturers, bioprinting materials (or bioinks) manufacturers as well as 3D bioprinting services and laboratories. These are often internal to Universities and are servicing the bioengineering, biofabrication and regenerative medicine sectors.

3D Bioprinting includes several different technologies. The most common is pneumatic extrusion, which combines a hydrogel material with either a polymer, ceramic or stem-cell based materials and extruded through a syringe forming complex tridimensional shapes. Other technologies for bioprinting include the use of inkjet/material jetting and stereolithography with UV curing. The most common biomaterials for 3D bioprinting today are cartilage, skin tissue, bone-like ceramic materials and some organ tissue such as liver or kidney, use mainly for drug discovery applications.

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jellatech
We imagined a future where no cow, pig, chicken or other animal needs to be harmed to satisfy our needs. We imagined what the world would look like if animals were subtracted from the equation entirely. It didn't take long for us to conclude that this was still a far-away fantasy; there were still too many things that too many of us would miss. Existing, innovative alternatives could satisfy our yearning for obvious products like meat and dairy, but substitutes are lacking for the hard-to-replace by-products of the meat and dairy industry; the smaller parts that are so very important, but far too often overlooked. 
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GOOD meat
GOOD Meat, the cultivated meat division of Eat Just, Inc., a company that applies cutting-edge science and technology on a mission to create healthier, more sustainable foods,
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axolotel biosceinces
Using our expertise, understanding, and focus on the biological needs of cells in 3D biprinted constructs, we have created a novel bioink capable of printing hiPSC-derived neural cells that maintain high levels of cell viability for over a month.
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Originating at MIT Media Lab, OPT Industries was founded with the goal of pushing the design and production limitations of digital manufacturing. Drawing inspiration from nature and mass manufacturing, we provide novel materials for visual appeal and engineered applications.
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plantish
Founded in mid-2021, Plantish’s mission is to save the oceans through production of plant-based, whole-cut fish fillets that are similar in taste, texture, and nutrition to conventional salmon. Plantish has overcome the complexities of whole-cut production by developing its own additive manufacturing technology that will produce plant-based fish alternatives.
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Puredyne printheads enable precise dispensing in extrusion-based bioprinting – fast, easy, and clean. The company combine proven progressive cavity technology with patented single-use cartridges.
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trestle
Trestle Biotherapeutics, Inc. is a pre-clinical stage company developing bioengineered therapies for patients living with end stage renal disease. Once implanted, these bioengineered stem cell-derived tissues will get patients off dialysis, delay their need for transplantation, and one day become replacement organs.
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We are a deep-tech company specializing in research and development projects with the use of additive technologies. Let's get in touch!
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biofabics
BIOFABICS is an R&D company specialized in the generation and culture of 3D Biotissue Analogues
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Lattice Medical
Lattice Medical is a biomedical start-up that was launched in October 2017 Patented 3D technology developed with CHU Lille-France that allows adipose tissue to naturally regenerate
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INVENTIA
At Inventia, we’re creating some of the most powerful tools for advanced medical discovery today.
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BICO
Founded in 2016, BICO (formerly CELLINK) is the leading bio convergence company in the world. By combining different technologies, such as robotics, artificial intelligence, computer science, and 3D bioprinting with biology, we enable our customers to improve people's health and lives for the better.
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Collagen Biomaterials
Viscofan BioEngineering is a business unit of Naturin Viscofan GmbH – a company of the Viscofan group. The modern production facilities including a plant for medical grade production are located in Weinheim, Germany. A dedicated international team covers the complete value chain from research to development and sales of novel collagen products.
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Brinter
Brinter is a trailblazing Finnish bioprinting company. We provide comprehensive 3D bioprinting solutions and services for pharmaceutical, biotechnological and cosmetic industries, universities, and research facilities. We strive to learn our client’s specific applications and needs. Therefore, each Brinter® Bioprinter is custom-built.
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cocuus
We develop industrial solutions for the production of plant- or cell-based animal protein analogues (mimetic food) using 2D/3D laser printing, bioprinting and robotics.
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copner bio
Copner Biotech's state of the art design and manufacturing process enables 3D cell culture scaffolds to be produced based on concentric shape constructs, such as circles, providing a consistent variability of pore size (heterogenous pore size and distribution) emanating from the centre to the periphery of scaffold.
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jellagen
The jellyfish collagen-based innovation addresses complex regenerative medical needs, shaping next-generation treatments and supporting current and future scientific research. At the heart of products is marine-sourced Collagen Type 0, evolutionary ancient stem collagen that is foundational, allowing greater applications across multiple indications.
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Rousselot
Rousselot is the global leader in collagen-based solutions for the food, health & nutrition, biomedical, and pharmaceutical sectors.
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The project Chiron is part of Eurostar, a european programme to foster R&D and international collaboration between companies and research institutes to create innovative products and technologies. Chiron is an international collaboration between two SMEs (Concr3de BV and IPC,Innovative Polymer Compounds) and two research centers (University Medical Center of Utrecht and the Trinity College of Dublin). The aim of the project is to create a fast multimaterial bioprinting platform for the research and production in the biomedical sector to create a portfolio of biomaterials and applications of the technology.
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4D biomaterials
4D Biomaterials is the trading name of 4D Medicine Ltd, a company that was spun out from the Universities of Birmingham and Warwick in April 2020.
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