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The Bloc-Print II project presented at the Defence Innovation Forum (FID 2023)


Bloc-Print II: bioprinting to treat burn victims

This innovation makes it possible to produce 3D printed skin using an articulated arm. Bloc-Print II consists of recreating complete skin (dermis and epidermis) from the patient’s own cells. This is an alternative to grafting healthy skin from the patient. (Read more)

Bloc-Print II was created by the French company LabSkin Creations in partnership with the LIRMM of the University of Montpellier, the Tissue and Cell Bank of the Hospices Civils de Lyon and the ICBMS of the Claude Bernard University in Lyon.)

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Katharina Boudgoust and network cryptography

Katharina Boudgoust’s work highlighted on our institute’s website: Katharina Boudgoust joined the LIRMM in 2023 as a member of the ECO team in the