A desktop version of 3D bioprinting is here! By Deanna Utroske – Cosmetics Design.com USA

22 July 2015

Now researchers can print and test cosmetics on human skin without devoting hundreds of thousands of
dollars or massive amounts of space to printing technologies.
BioBots, a startup out of South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is selling its printers and bio-inks to researchers for a
discounted rate in exchange for insights that are helping the company fast-track R&D on the compact mach

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