3D Pod Episode 6 Bioprinting

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Max and I discuss bioprinting this week. We go into detail about the different things that excite us from in situ, to scaffolds, to skin to cartilage. We talk about the science fiction like frontier that will open for us and the real things that are happening today. We’re both excited about near term ways through which bioprinting coupled with microfluidics can advance science and drug discovery can become a brute force problem. We’re also excited about how bioprinting can advance medicine by requiring less animal testing for example. As for cartilage and bone were also very positive about those developments. We both consider 3D printing organs to be years away but speculate about an exciting future where that is possible. Please enjoy!

The Spotify link is here, the Apple Podcasts link is here. The 3D printing in medicine podcast is herethe 3D Printing Guns podcast can be found here, the teaching in 3D podcast is here, this is the Fourth Industrial Revolution and this is the First one, Beyond PLA.

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