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Media: Roscosmos to 3D-Print Live Tissues at ISS
January 25, 2017 19:48


The experiment has already been approved by scientists; the next step will be the approval of the technical project and design documentation for the equipment, which will be used for the experiment at the International Space Station.
Russia's state space corporation "Roscosmos" intends to carry out an experiment in 3D-printing of live tissues on board the International Space Station. This was reported in the newspaper "Izvestia" with reference to Valentin Uvarov, a representative of the United Rocket and Space Corporation (a part of the Roscosmos).
The experiment ciphered under the name "Magnetic 3D-Bioprinter", has already been approved by the Russian scientists, and the next step will be the approval of the technical project and design documentation for the equipment, which will be used for the experiment at the International Space Station.
"Before the equipment gets to the ISS, we are to go through the time-consuming and complex process of creating and ground-based testing of the equipment, including development of experimential methods and training of the crew. The decision about the time of the experiment is the responsibility of Roscosmos and can be taken upon completion of all the events associated with preparation and carrying out the experiments at the ISS, "- the newspaper cited Mr. Uvarov, the head of the Commercial Projects in Manned Space Flight and Space Exploration Department.
It is noted that the Space Rocket Centre "Energia", Federal State Unitary Enterprise "TsNIImash", Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center and the Institute for Biomedical Problems, RAS will be engaged in preparation and implementation of the experiment.
 


Sources: http://tass.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: 3D Printers International Space Station Roscosmos   

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