21 - 23 May
The conference will address the challenges, technology and regulation issues pertaining to 3D printing in science. The event will include talks from some of the world's foremost leaders in bioprinting, tissue regeneration, microfluidics and toxicology. Topics covered include; 3d bioprinting of soft tissue from lab to clinic, Biomicrofabrication via low-voltage electrospinning patterning, Development of biofabricated implants for osteochondral regeneration and The Bio-Pick, Place and Perfuse (Bio-P3): A New Instrument for Building Living Tissue, Engineering immune-modulatory niches, Exceeding the limits of extrusion-based additive manufacturing for biomedical applications. There will be sessions focused on cell sourcing, bioprinting, biomaterials, scaffolding, immunology and toxicology.