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Panoramic view of the equipment in the 3D bioprinting facility


The University of Minnesota’s Bioprinting Facility studies human cell viability, proliferation, migration, and differentiation, as well as tissue morphogenesis, in three-dimensionally printed tissue constructs.  We synthesize synthetic and natural biomaterials for use as “inks” in bioprinting projects. We employ a variety of bioprinting techniques and hydrogel crosslinking methods.

The facility provides bioprinters, reagents, consumables, an automatic imaging system, and personalized training sessions to meet all of your bioprinting research needs.

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