The EU-funded PRISM-LT project will use a hybrid living materials concept to create a flexible platform for living tissue manufacturing. The project aims to use an innovative bio-ink, stem cells and microorganisms in a 3D bioprinting setting to develop two symbiotic materials designed for biomedical and food applications.
As the project coordinator, we will lead the project’s implementation. We will also be part of the test bed line development to demonstrate and exploit the project’s platform and develop a suitable communication and dissemination strategy.
A quick overview of the goals achieved by working on this project.
Resilient and environmentally sustainable engineered crops to address climate change
Bacteria Biofilm as bio-factory for tissue regeneration
3D printing of ultra-fidelity tissues using space for anti-ageing solutions on earth
Chemometric histopathology via coherent Raman imaging for precision medicine