Artificial Vasculature and Micro-Environmental Factors Supporting Tissue Engineering and Organoids
This report presents an overview of the artificial vasculature and micro-environmental factors supporting tissue engineering and organoids. This report also evaluates current and emerging trends in artificial vasculature, recent breakthroughs, and major issues related to the use of these biocompatible vasculature systems.
- An overview of the artificial vasculature and micro-environmental factors supporting tissue engineering and organoids
- Estimation of the current market size and future demand for 3D printing and tissue engineering products, and market share analysis on the basis of application and geographical region
- Highlights of emerging trends and new technological developments related to artificial vasculature
- Review existing fields of application for artificial vasculature and examination of emerging applications
- Evaluation of techniques employed to produce artificial vasculature, including materials and processes, with reference to various types of structures such as synthetic tissues, organoids, and organs-on-a-chip
Margareth Gagliardi, Chief Research Analyst in Advanced Materials for BCC Research, has more than 30 years of experience in the field of advanced materials, specializing in ceramic formulations, materials processing, and new product development. After receiving her degrees in Chemical and Ceramic Engineering, she worked in both manufacturing and R&D holding senior management positions within U.S. and European firms producing electronic, mechanical, chemical, and structural components.
She is currently focusing on market intelligence and advanced technologies analysis for organizations and research institutions that operate within a range of high-tech industries.