Our original work in bioprinting began in 2001.  We won an R&D100 award for our
bioprinter in 2003. We have collaborated with universities around the world in the
area of tissue engineering providing biologists and tissue engineers with bioprinting
precisions and control. We have demonstrated the widest range of biomaterials and
including living cells that can be printed.

Continued development in the area of bioprinting for both hardware and software are
part of the mission.Printing cells and materials to grow tissue with angiogenesis is
trivial for tissue engineers, growing thick tissue is a challenge. Advanced bioprinting
will overcome that challenge and enable complex growths of organs.

We will continue to work on the challenging portions of bioprinting to enable biologists
and engineers. Our technology will be around the world and out of this world, nScrypt
bioprinter will go to the International Space Station in February 2019.

We are experts in

–  Printed 3D biopolymers for advanced scaffolds
–  Printed bioinks and gels for tissue growth
–  Printed cells with exceptional cell viability