3D bio-printing and organ printing

3D bio-printing is the utilization of 3D printing like techniques to combine cells growth factor and to fabricate biomedical parts generally 3D printing can utilize a layer by layer method to deposit materials known as bio links to create tissue like structures that are later used in various medical and tissue engineering fields organ printing techniques similar to 3D printing whereas computer model is fed into a printer that lays down successive layers of plastics or wax until a 3D object is produced in the case of organ printing the material being used by the printer is a biocompatible plastic.

Related tags: international biomaterials tissue engineering conference, Biomedical Engineering and Instrumentation Conference, TERMIS-AM 2023, TERMIS-EU Chapter Meeting 2023, 5th International Conference on Biomaterials

Related associations: The 3D Printing Association, National 3D Printing Society, Radiological Society of North America, Association of Organ, Organ Transplant Associations, New Zealand Organ Association, American Organ Transplant Association