Introducing new journal : Bioprinting

A new Elsevier journal, Bioprinting, has been launched.

Bioprinting is a broad-spectrum, multidisciplinary journal that covers all aspects of 3D fabrication technology involving biological tissues, organs and cells for medical and biotechnology applications. Topics covered include nanomaterials, biomaterials, scaffolds, 3D printing technology, imaging and CAD/CAM software and hardware, post-printing bioreactor maturation, cell and biological factor patterning, biofabrication, tissue engineering and other applications of 3D bioprinting technology.

The journal's publisher, Gaia Lupo has made the following comments: 

"The launch of this new journal follows the tremendous success of another recently launched journal, Additive Manufacturing, and addresses our researchers’ need of a dedicated publication which will be the home for high quality novel results in all areas of 3D bioprinting research with high clinical significance.  

Bioprinting is uniquely positioned to bridge the gap between scientific research and clinical applications to improve human health and well-being. The new journal offers a unique platform to bring together engineers and physicians, and facilitate collaboration and dialogue on the entire breadth of 3D fabrication technology for biology and medicine.

We believe Bioprinting will become the premiere journal to disseminate the scientific knowledge needed for the further development of 3D bioprinting research."