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No longer a technology of the future. The so-called ‘most fascinating’ technology in the 3D printing space, bioprinting stands to be an exciting and productive field of study. Though 3D printing has been in use since early 2000s, the technological advancements in bioprinting have been humongous. While scientists were printing layers of tissues to begin with, they have now moved onto making full edged organs which are functional and actively used in transplants and research. The latest from the field of bioprinting which are to transform the face of medicine include….
Read More: Biotecnika Magazine- September 2015
Shekhar Suman is a Serial Entrepreneur and the Co-Founder of Biotecnika. Magazine is a way he wants to recraft the way industry opines and expresses its views. With years of experience under his belt, he captains the ship with prudence and perfection. He is the chief-editor of Biotecnika Magazine and a big inspiration to the bio-community.
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