Now that 3D printing has made it easier to generate custom-made prosthetics, bioengineers are looking ahead at manufacturing actual cellular material. Such technology could be the basis for personalized biomedical devices; tissue-engineered skin, cartilage, and bone; or even working bladders.
In a Trends in Biotechnology special issue on biofabrication, publishing August 17, researchers review and consider the progress made in 3D bioprinting and what might be possible in the decades–or years–ahead.
1. Made-to-Order Organs-on-a-Chip
2. Skin Manufacturing
3. Facial Reconstruction
4. Multi-Organ Drug Screens
5. Plug-in Blood Vessels
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