Latest Advances – 3D Bioprinting & Applications

Hybrid Seminar incl. demonstrations

Monash University / online – Wednesday 6 March @2pm

Three-dimensional (3D) printing, also referred to as additive manufacturing, is driving major innovations in the area of engineering, medicine, manufacturing and art. Advances in this technology have enabled the fabrication of functional tissue substitutes using biocompatible materials, cells and supporting components.

3D bioprinting technology promises to bridge the gap between laboratory-cultured tissue constructs and native tissues and organs. Cellink’s state-of-the-art extrusion and light-based bioprinters help unlock greater insights by building more complex and physiologically relevant tissue models, enabling advances in critical research areas including personalised medicine, drug discovery, regenerative medicine and cosmetics to name a few. From printing artificial corneas for curing corneal blindness to developing wound-healing patches for delivering antibiotics, Cellink’s technology significantly impacts the future of healthcare.

By combining the field of materials science, biomechanics, sensing and cells, our advanced bioprinters have helped in developing biohybrid soft robotics and biosensors. 4D bioprinting, an advance of 3D bioprinting technology, utilising the dimension of time and shape on printed structures, is the most recent medical technology made possible with Cellink’s technology, transforming the artificial organs and prosthetic industry. In this presentation, I will bring forward the applications of 3D bioprinting technology with recent successes and future translations in various domains.

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Venue: Monash University, G29/30 Ground floor
New Horizons, 20 Research Way, Clayton VIC 3800

cellink light and extrusion based bioprinters


Tomoko Bylund

Poonam Harma AXT

Dr. Poonam Sharma

Live Demonstrations


Extrusion-based bioprinter

Cellink Bio X series bioprinters


DLP-based bioprinter

cellink Bionova X high through bioprinter using DLP technology