2D/3D bio-printing

MS Micro-spotter (protein spotting on surfaces)
Non-contact printing is a technology based on a piezoelectric system, which consists in depositing drops of very low volume of samples (100 pL) without touching the surface, avoiding the risks of surface contamination. This technique is very flexible both in term of sample and of surface to modify.
3DBP 3D bio-printing (temporarily unavailable)
Bioprinting, a computer-assisted technology, is able to assemble tissues through “layer-by-layer precise positioning of biological materials, biochemical and living cells, with spatial control of the placement of functional components. Bioprinting aims to produce engineered tissue or organ in a mechanized, organized, and optimized manner.