Russia?s first private 3D bioprinting lab launched in Moscow

Russia?s first private 3D bioprinting lab launched in Moscow3D Bioprinting Solutions, a young Russian biotech developer, has opened in Moscow Russia?s first private bioprinting research laboratory.

3D Bioprinting Solutions, a young Russian biotech developer and a Skolkovo resident, opened last week in Moscow Russia?s first private bioprinting research laboratory, the Skolkovo Foundation website announced. The new lab will focus on the development and practical application of 3D bioprinting technologies in Russia?s regenerative medicine. The start-up, set up just earlier this year, is pushing its innovation project aimed at developing new methods of three-dimensional bioprinting of human organs and tissues. The project is said to have secured support from Moscow?s healthcare authority. Creating techniques for 3D bioprinting of organs and tissues is a focal research area in modern medicine and bioengineering. Using a patient?s self cells to ?print out? a three-dimensional biological analog of a human organ may provide a solution to the problem of immune compatibility and is also expected to pave the way for generating prototypes of organs and developing efficient methods of tissue substitution?a means of fully restoring a patient?s health...