Printing the Human Body: How it Works and Where it’s Headed

Bioprinting has been making lot of noise within the world of technology and science, and is, by far, the most exciting avenue of 3D printing. But while it’s still early days for this amazing feat in science, the ability to print human parts and organs will eventually eliminate the need for human donors (which are already in short supply) and the vast amount of money that is spent on drug R+D.

With the help of bioprinting pioneers, Organovo, printer cartridge suppliers, PrinterInks created this infographic to explain how scientists use modified ink cartridges to print human cells, as well as highlight the exciting future for bioprinting.

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