Revolutionizing Dermatology with Bioprinting
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The most important advancement since the creation of 3D printing, bioprinting is completely disrupting the field of dermatology. During the exhibit Dans Ma Peau at the Musée de l’Homme, Jérémie Soeur, Head of Cellular and Tissue Engineering Group, let us in on the secrets of this new technology. 

The concept of the printer has greatly evolved since its beginning, when its only function was to generate paper documents. In the cosmetics industry, 3D printers now allow for the creation of prototypes and packaging in record time. But this technology goes far beyond just printing objects. Three-dimensional printing now allows for the creation of cellular structures, known as “bioprinting.” 

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