Posted by: bioprint1 | October 28, 2012

Welcome to Bioprint!

Welcome to the BioPrint Blog! We call ourselves BP for short. We are a group of 10 Ryerson University students who study at the school of Graphic Communications Management. This school focuses attention on preparing future managers in the graphic art and print industry. As a part of our third year Project Management course, we have been asked to create a webinar (web-based seminar) on a topic relative to our field of study.

We found inspiration in an innovative inkjet printing technology that is used to print tissues such as skin, bones and 3D human organs; this process is called bioprinting. Our endeavor is to learn more about this technology and share our knowledge with our colleagues, professors and individuals in printing, graphic arts, nursing, biology etc! This technology’s future implications are beyond what people may have conceptualized many years ago but now with proper development, it is amongst the horizon of possibility.

If you are interested in printing, graphic arts, innovative technology, heath, science or simply really cool up and coming innovations in the world; please stay tuned for next week’s blog where we get into how bioprinting is even possible!

Each Wednesday we will be posting tidbits of information and videos on bioprinting! Follow us on Twitter at @BioPrint1 for updates on bioprinting and our blog. Thank you for taking the time to read and we hope you come back next Wednesday. Please share this with your family, friends and colleagues!

– Sincerely BP

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