Scientists are now applying the laws of physics and predictive computer modeling to bioprinting. Bioprinting via predictive computer modeling could see advances in life saving technologies becoming mainstream.
Bioprinting is in its very early stages, and it might be one of the great hopes for the future of medicine.
A shortage of transplant donors means that about 20 of the 113,000 on the US transplant list die every day.
The application of predictive computer modeling to bioprinting, as outlined in an AIP Publishing paper, could lead to advances in devices that can print 3D living tissue, bones, and organs on command.