Drug Screening

Traditional drug evaluation often relies on animal models or cell culture models, which may not accurately predict drug reactions in the human body due to physiological and pathological differences.

The application of biologically inspired 3D printing technology enhances the efficiency and accuracy of drug evaluation platforms.

Researchers used the Panospace BioPro bioprinter with a custom pipetting system to establish a drug safety visualization and quantification platform based on micro liver tissue.

Portable Skin Bioprinting

Bioprinting a vascularized 3D skin model using biomaterials addresses these challenges.

Researchers used the Panospace Bione bioprinter with a custom low-temperature nozzle to print various functional skin models.

Bioprinting Bone Repair Scaffolds

3D printing offers precise control over scaffold pore size, geometry, and interconnectivity compared to traditional tissue engineering scaffold preparation techniques.

Researchers used the Panospace bioprinter with diverse extrusion methods to prepare composite bone repair scaffolds with regular and uniform porosity.

The degradation period of the scaffolds was adjusted to overcome the slow degradation of traditional scaffolds, aligning with bone repair speed.