Australia's 3D printing brain tissue breakthrough

The OFweek 3D printing network has just recently reported on the brain of 3D printing brain tissue. Now, researchers at the ARC Center for Electrical Materials Science (ACES) in Australia have begun to uncover the most mysterious areas inside the human body with the help of 3D printing technology . - The secrets of the brain, and have made breakthrough progress, they have found a way to replicate and simulate brain tissue by 3D printing nerve cells. Although it is possible to print these in physical form in 3D, and even constitute a cellular network is an amazing achievement, but they can achieve 3D design and 3D printing. Without these two technologies working together, magic will not happen at all.

As we all know, digital design allows people to create, evaluate, and transform extremely complex forms and print their 3D objects into 3D objects. If these prototypes are found to be delayed, the beauty of this technique is that researchers don't have to push it down. Come, they only need to adjust the digital file accordingly, and then re-print it in 3D.

Considering that these researchers are fiddling with nearly 100 billion nerve cells, it is important to be able to digitize their ideas so that they can easily rework and retry over and over again.

Pharmaceutical companies are very active in finding information stored in their brains, because it's clear that if they can figure out what makes the brain react, they can make the drugs they develop not only effective, but also work better. Although animal experiments can produce significant results, they are not accurate enough in many cases.

For pharmaceutical companies and researchers, it is clearly a dream to be able to see the different brain patterns, as well as the overallity of the organ, and to see the various actions, which is not only useful from a drug development perspective. Moreover, research on brain or mental diseases such as schizophrenia and degenerative brain diseases is of great significance.

It is understood that researchers have been able to create custom 3D bio-inks that contain true true sugars and can be processed in cell culture plants. Researchers have been able to print out six layers of deep cell 3D structures that not only accurately and correctly expand, but also protect and immobilize brain cells.

"We still have a long way to go before the 3D printing brain, but the ability to acquire tissue brain cells and make them neural networks has been a significant improvement." ACES Director Ge, Professor of the study, Professor Gordon Wallace Say. He has just published a paper related to this in the journal Biomaterials.

Professor Gordon Wallace

“This study highlights the importance of combining the latest advances in 3D printing technology with materials science to achieve the results of biological research,” said Professor Wallace. “This paves the way for us to create a structure with finer resolution using more complex 3D printers .”


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