Invention & Innovation in 3D Printing of Organs and Tissues
12th July 2021
Medical 3D Printing
Medical 3D Printing of Organs and Tissues
3D printing as a technique has been ground-breaking in the food industry, fashion industry, construction, education sector and biotechnology but how close is it to saving people’s lives? 3D printed organs and tissues has been a hot topic for years, but they are still not readily available to the public.
Our article, 3D Printing Organs and Tissues, looks at the investment and innovators driving this technology. Through a patent lens, we uncovered the following:
- Medical 3D Printing may be the answer to increasing organ shortages and will satisfy the demand for organ transplants
- Despite continued investment into medical 3D printing technology, regulatory and safety related challenges persist causing a plateauing pace of invention
- Revotek remains global industry leader in 3D bioprinting space with 80% of their inventions protected in China
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MEDICAL 3D PRINTING
Discover how this innovative landscape has been developing
- Demand for Medical 3D Printing heightened as organ donor numbers plummet. When will regulatory authorities catch up with the pace of invention?
- Which companies are prioritising investment into this area of innovation?
- What can the patent landscape tell us about future activity in this space?