Chemical compound developed by UBC researchers makes creating biological tissue safer and more affordable

A chemical compound developed by UBC researchers makes it possible to create biological tissue with a light projector you can buy at Walmart.

The compound, a new type of biological ink used in the 3D printing of tissue, eliminates the need to use UV light systems in favour of safer, more conventional light. Continue reading “Chemical compound developed by UBC researchers makes creating biological tissue safer and more affordable”