Select Page

In the last few years, there has been a continuous growth of bioprinting companies around the world, probably because the medical field is one of the most exciting industries taking advantage of 3D printing. After all, health is one of the top priorities for most people and when some of the top biotech startups create soft human tissue-like structures , vascular networks and three-dimensional liver tissue constructs for experimentation, curiosity strikes. Along with some of these technical milestones in 3D printing is Bengaluru-based firm Pandorum Technologies’ successfully engineered cornea tissue. Thanks to their cell-laden hydrogel, they can promote scarless healing of corneal wounds by regeneration. Like most firms in the industry, Pandorum is pushing the technology hoping to eventually become part of the no donor required utopia. We must caution our readers however that from a thing becoming possible in bioprinting and 3D printing for medicine it may take […]