INNOVATIONS IN BIOPRINTING

connecting scientists, engineers, and designers to accelerate research and development

Bioprinting combines our most advanced fabrication technologies with nature's abilities to grow form.

RESEARCH TOPICS

Hardware

Every bioprinting operation requires specific 3D printing hardware.

Software

Customized software is needed for novel control of 3D printers.

Geometries

The specific geometries of a bioprint are critical at multiple scales.

Materials

The materials for extracellular matrices provide the initial structure of the print and significantly effect the biological development.

Cells

Cell lines are the most critical element of the bioprint.

Bioreactors

Bioreactors support post-printing cellular development.

PROJECT GALLERY

images from projects across the site

RESEARCH LABS

The research collected here is shared from a variety of labs

Baltimore Under Ground Science Space

DYI Bio Lab

BUGSS is a citizen science lab committed to supporting the knowledge and practice of creative biology.

Maryland Institute College of Art

Art and Design College

MICA is the oldest art and design college in the US, yet continues to be among the most innovative, pioneering new areas of research and creation with digital and biological fabrication.