Novel Material "Celleron" Could Revolutionize 3D Bioprinting for Regenerative Medicine

Over recent months there have been an increasing number of advances in biomedical-related 3D printing technologies. We have already seen many incredible ways in which 3D printing has been111 able to work in conjunction with the human body to one end, and that is to change the lives of thousands of individuals for the better.

One of the most exciting frontiers is that of 3D bioprinting, which is highly anticipated and could reveal potentially game-changing biomedical technology. One of the biggest issues prohibiting 3D bioprinting technology is how to make true 3D representative biological structures? But this technology could be about to take an open-source turn, which could accelerate and advance bioprinting as a feasible regenerative alternative to traditional treatments.
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