Frost & Sullivan IDs Five New Technologies to Power Research Across Preclinical Disease Models Published: July 16, 2020 BioSpace When the CEOs of young, innovative biotech companies discuss how their new technologies came to be, they almost inevitably mention a convergence of technologies that was pivotal in transforming an idea into a therapeutic, diagnostic, tool […]

There has been significant progress in so-called bioprinting – using a type of 3D printing to manufacture biological tissues. But an actual organ had not been accomplished – until now.

Poietis and Prometheus entered into a two-year collaborative research agreement to develop high-precision 3D bioprinting of tissue engineered advanced therapeutic medicinal products for skeletal regeneration.