Solving the challenge of the increasing costs of healthcare-related biomedical technologies requires a multidisciplinary approach, and biomedical manufacturing is a critical part of the solution. Transforming novel ideas into cost-effective practical solutions is the core of the lab-to-factory translation in biomedical technology. The original biomedical manufacturing concept has been expanding to encompass these evolutions, as the parent research technologies have advanced. Biomedical manufacturing applies to a broad spectrum of technological advances in pharmaceuticals, standard medical devices, customized implants, tissue-engineered organs, and other healthcare-assistive applications. It includes processes such as fermentation, cell culturing, molecular cloning, live cell printing and direct digital material fabrication.
|Number of pages||6|
|Specialist publication||Industrial Engineer|
|State||Published - Aug 2013|