3D printing technology is now well known and widely used by professionals in the world. So let’s take a look at the industry that everyone is not familiar with, a branch of 3D printing, that is bio 3D printing. Speaking of biological 3D printing technology, it sounds quite tall. (WeChat ID: cklm88)
What exactly is bio 3D printing?
The so-called bio 3D printing, another branch of additive manufacturing. Unlike many other 3D printing, ordinary 3D printing is a product model, etc., and it is dead; while bio 3D printing prints a living object, such as 3D printed heart, 3D printed skin, 3D printed various organs. Wait. It should be noted that bio 3D printing is currently in the research and development stage. So far, there is no typical typical finished product case for everyone’s reference. The biological 3D printing development stage is very difficult. It also requires the constant efforts of professionals from all walks of life to see in the next few years. effect.
How do I know about bio 3D printing?
There is no doubt that 3D bioprinting is an important area of additive manufacturing. Metal 3D printing is suitable for all industries, and bio 3D printing can save thousands of lives. But because of its complexity, 3D bioprinting is still mysterious to most people. As a result, the Australian New Materials Institute at the University of Wollongong decided to offer a free online introductory course to the public. (WeChat ID: cklm88)
A four-week online course introduces existing bio 3D printing technologies to see how biocompatible materials can help doctors and surgery revolutionize medical systems. The course was named “Bio Print: 3D Print Body Parts”, sponsored by the Australian New Materials Institute at Wollongong University and published on the FutureLearn online learning platform.
This course teaches Gordon Wallace, a famous scientist in the field of biomedicine. He will bring an academic journey to the students, from the concept of 3D printing technology to its medical applications and future development. He said that since the first appearance of 3D bio-ink, the 3D printing revolution has grown at an alarming rate. “Since then, 3D printing technology and innovations in biomaterials have enabled 3D printed biomaterials to integrate seamlessly into the body. This means that in a few years, perhaps all major hospitals will have 3D printing capabilities” . This emerging field of biomanufacturing has tightly linked technology and medicine – and is already evolving into biomimetic implants, biocompatible artificial organs and tissues. (WeChat ID: cklm88)
In short, many things will be taught, but a lot of self-study space is reserved for those who know little about 3D printing. The course description reads: “You may know 3D printing or have seen low-cost 3D printers that can be used to make plastic toys, replicas, and designs of your own. But do you know that 3D printing can save lives and change medical procedures? It was something that could not be imagined a few years ago.” To support innovation, they even mentioned the latest case: a baby boy is dying because of a respiratory defect. “CT scans the boy’s airway, according to which the 3D printed bio-sleeve, the result is very suitable for his bronchus. The material used can dissolve the body, as the child grows up, the bronchus grows away and disappears without surgery.” /p>
Course materials introduce common techniques and materials to the lecturers through a revolutionary story, and of course there are many interesting cases – 3D printed titanium hip implants made by laser sintering technology, biocompatible Organize organs in the laboratory. It also offers the opportunity to get in touch with the basics of 3D printing even on a small scale. “This course will encourage you to join the bio 3D printing story. You will not only have the opportunity to research 3D printing equipment, but also have the opportunity to design and even print and share your creations with the students”.
The course is perfect for high school students who want to apply for the University of Wollongong to help appreciate the magical charm of biomedical engineering. “Sharing our daily research in a global learning community is an exciting off-campus experience for every Wollongong,” said Eeva Leinonen, associate professor and academic professor at Wollongong University. To learn more about and learn about the course, visit their Bio 3D Print Course website. (WeChat ID: cklm88)
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