1. Breakthrough in bioprinting could enable 3D printing of replacement organs  Digital Trends
  2. Bioengineers 3D print a liver-like air sac using food dyes, opening doors for replacement organ printing  3D Printing Industry
  3. Scientists Get Unexpected Breakthrough in Creating 3D-Printed Organs From Yellow Food Dye  Newsweek
  4. Bioengineers 3D print complex vascular networks  Engadget
  5. Leap towards first 3D‑printed organs | News  The Times
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A technique for bioprinting tissues allows scientists to create vascular networks like those used in the body to transport blood, air, and other fluids, in a step towards 3D-printing of organs. The scientists also released a video showing a lung-like air sac which can feed nutrients to nearby tissue.A technique for bioprinting tissues allows scientists to create vascular networks like those used in the body to transport blood, air, and other fluids, in a step towards 3D-printing of organs. The scientists also released a video showing a lung-like air sac which can feed nutrients to nearby tissue.

Breakthrough in Bioprinting Could Enable 3D Printing of Organs | Digital Trends

Research headed by bioengineers from Rice University and the University of Washington (UW) has advanced the possibility of bioprinting human organs from living cells and hydrogels.  By adding common food dyes, the hydrogels used in the experiment were made photocurable for DLP printing and suitable for the intended application. Food colors, based on natural products such […]

Bioengineers 3D print a liver-like air sac using food dyes, opening doors for replacement organ printing - 3D Printing Industry

Bioengineers are one step closer to 3D printing organs and tissues. A team led by Rice University and the University of Washington have developed a tool to 3D p...Bioengineers are one step closer to 3D printing organs and tissues. A team led by Rice University and the University of Washington have developed a tool to 3D p...

Bioengineers 3D print complex vascular networks

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The ability to “print” lungs and livers has edged closer with the development of a method to produce artificial blood vessels.The 3D “bio-printing” technique could allow living cells to be combined with synthetic materials to produce organs for transplant, researchers said yesterday.A shortage oThe ability to “print” lungs and livers has edged closer with the development of a method to produce artificial blood vessels. The 3D “bio-printing” technique could allow living cells to be...

Leap towards first 3D‑printed organs | News | The Times

Led by Rice University scientists, a team has developed a method to 3D print blood vessel systems for lungs and livers that actually work, a hurdle that had made printed organs useless until now.Led by Rice University scientists, a team has developed a method to 3D print blood vessel systems for lungs and livers that actually work, a hurdle that had made printed organs useless until now.

World first as scientists 3D print organs’ entire blood vessel systems | Daily Mail Online

For the last several years, researchers have been unable to construct an organ’s vascular network with the strength or complexity needed. Previous attempts at a complex system have popped on the first ‘breath,’ while simpler and stronger systems can’t get…For the last several years, researchers have been unable to construct an organ’s vascular network with the strength or complexity needed. Previous attempts at a complex system have popped on the first ‘breath,’ while simpler and stronger systems can’t get…

World's first 3D printed breathing organ could help end the organ shortage - TechSpot

A new model known as SLATE could revolutionize 3D printing organs. This revolutionary model could have a major impact on organ donations.

Scientists Successfully 3D Print an Organ That Mimics Lungs

Bioengineers have cleared a major hurdle on the path to 3-D printing replacement organs with a breakthrough technique for bioprinting tissues.

Bioengineers clear major hurdle on path to 3-D printing replacement organs

Bioengineers are exploring a breakthrough method for 3D-printing replacement organs.Bioengineers are exploring a breakthrough method for 3D-printing replacement organs.

Watch this wild 3D-printed lung air sac breathe - CNET

A new open-source method for bioprinting represents a breakthrough for the field of regenerative medicine, and its success stems from a special ingredient: food dye.

When Art Meets Science and Food Coloring, Bioprinting Prospers | Technology Networks

Bioengineers have cleared a major hurdle on the path to 3D printing replacement organs. It's a breakthrough technique for bioprinting tissues with exquisitely entangled vascular networks that mimic the body's natural passageways for blood, air, lymph and other vital fluids.Bioengineers have cleared a major hurdle on the path to 3D printing replacement organs. It's a breakthrough technique for bioprinting tissues with exquisitely entangled vascular networks that mimic the body's natural passageways for blood, air, lymph and other vital fluids.

Organ bioprinting gets a breath of fresh air | EurekAlert! Science News

In an effort to address an organ shortage issue, researchers at University of Washington Medicine and Rice University are working on new research that will open the door to three-dimensional...In an effort to address an organ shortage issue, researchers at University of Washington Medicine and Rice University are working on new research that will open the door to three-dimensional printed organs.

UW reseachers paving way to 3D printed organs; study featured in science journal | KIRO-TV