The Russian Company 3D Bioprinting Solutions is about to introduce Russia’s first 3D bioprinter, which will be unveiled at the Open Innovations 2014 Forum in Moscow mid-October.
By using bio-ink and bio-paper, the device will be capable of printing living functional tissue and constructional parts of organs. Full details as well as the name of the 3D bioprinter are still unknown. Professor Vladimir Mironov, head of research at the laboratory, explained that they have thoroughly examined the functions and designs of bioprinters currently available on the market. The device is said to have some undeniable advantages and has already been registered for patent approval.