BioBots Announces Beta-Testing of Desktop 3D Bioprinter

Well-financed corporations are no strangers to research, with nearly every large company even housing their own research and development departments.  And seeing such businesses partner with research institutions is common, too.  For instance, Organovo, the only publicly traded bioprinting company, is founded on R&D as it explores the possibilities of 3D printing human tissues.  Consequently, Organovo has partnered with schools like Yale to take its research further. But what if a service or retail shop were to do the same thing? Continue reading “BioBots Announces Beta-Testing of Desktop 3D Bioprinter”