Printing what? Ethical challenges of 3D bioprinting – Presented by Saskia Nagel, University of Twente/ RWTH Aachen

Saskia Nagel

Printing what? Ethical challenges of 3D bioprinting – Presented by Saskia Nagel, University of Twente/ RWTH Aachen, at the 3D Medical Conference 2018 , which will take place on 30-31 January 2018 at MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands.

3D bioprinting opens a fascinating field for research and applications.

The presentation will explore the ethical promises and challenges of 3D medical printing and focus on the key values at stake. It will discuss how existent and emerging technologies can not only radically transform the use of medical devices and products, but also how they challenge our understanding of what is natural, human, and ultimately desirable in health care. The presentation will end with suggesting ways towards morally responsible research and innovation and open questions to explore. Continue reading “Printing what? Ethical challenges of 3D bioprinting – Presented by Saskia Nagel, University of Twente/ RWTH Aachen”