3D Printing Steps In The World Of Microbiology

Things at micro bacterial level could be slow & boring but life is impossible without microbiology. A team of researchers has developed a microbial ink called “functional living ink” nick named FLINK.
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Without touching the microbiology technicalities, we are pleased to share with  you that a 3d bioprinter is being used by the research group to deposit this FLINK  in sensitive areas with high accuracy & at microbial level.
The simplest example is that a wound healing flink can be deposited by a 3d bioprinter at the patient’s wounded spot. Its being a micro level patching, the wound wil heal very fast & patient would not feel the presence of traditional patch.
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With many other vast applications in the microbiology, 3d printing is going to be at the core of this micro world.

Video Courtesy: ETH Zurich

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