Tissue and organ engineering
Three-dimensional (3-D) bioprinting aims to generate viable and functional tissues or organs using human cells in-vitro. This state-of-the-art technology is based on the principle in which cells are brought together in layers as functional building blocks through the use of bioinks and active components. Today, it is feasible to develop in-vitro microtissue models by 3-D bioprinting, however in the near future this technology will possibly be the remedy to obtain personalized transplants in need. Thus, Biovalda, Inc. has ongoing R&D studies on various tissue models using the 3-D bioprinting technology.