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Skincare Industry Embraces 3D Bioprinting Technology

September 24, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
3D bioprinting technology for creating skin in the laboratory is finding growing awareness and adoption in the skincare industry. Aiming to drastically change the status quo in cosmetic testing, three of the sector’s largest companies are launching their respective ventures in 2015. L’Oreal’s US-based technology incubator partnered with Organovo, Germany-based BASF is collaborating with France-based Poietis, while Procter & Gamble has called for proposals from Singapore’s academics.
Andy Extance, "Cosmetics deals push skin 3D bioprinting", Chemistry World, September 24, 2015, © Royal Society of Chemistry
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