Brinter collaboration with SRM AP University in India
Brinter collaborates with SRM University AP in India, ushering in a new era of innovation and research in the faculty of Engineering and Sciences. Brinter’s state-of-the-art multi-material printer is capable of producing complex biological structures, such as tissues and organs, and other engineered materials with remarkable accuracy and precision. The partnership was in collaboration with 3D printer expert Sumant Bhutoria of Alfatek.
The collaboration allows researchers to create new models that closely mimic the structure and function of human organs or for example bioelectronics. This development could prove to be a game-changer in the field.
The Brinter ONE 3D Bioprinter is able to use a combination of materials, including cells to create 3D models of for example bioelectronic components or human tissues and organs. This allows researchers to test products, develop new materials, and study new structures with unprecedented precision. Brinter ONE’s ability to print complex structures with high accuracy and speed is also expected to reduce the cost of research and accelerate the development of new products.
It is expected that this will lead to new collaborations and partnerships between SRM and other Indian and international research institutions, and pave the way for more game changing discoveries in the future.