L’Oreal is partnering with 3D bioprinting company, Organovo to take their current skin farming to the next level. L’Oreal currently grows its own skin for testing beauty products and formulations. It is a necessary step before releasing products to market, so L’Oreal can see just how safe and effective its formulas are. Organovo is an industrial bioprinting company that 3D-printed artificial veins from living tissue in 2010.
In the medical industry, 3D printing isn’t limited to patching hearts and reconstructing lost or broken teeth. The emerging technology is revolutionizing the way surgeons tackle complicated operations, and the practice of simulating surgeries with […]
Google Life Sciences, the Silicon Valley giant’s new foray into health and medicine, announced a new name Monday that slips easily off the tongue but might sound antiquated to a high-tech, life-sciences ear: Verily. “Verily, […]
Advancements in prosthetic manufacturing, tailoring and distributing have completely revolutionized the industry in the past couple of years, from ‘mind-controlled’ robotic arms, to 3D printing prosthetics overnight. But there is one glaring omission from all these […]