What we do
The world now stands at the frontier of an exciting new industrial landscape, a revolution that that will transform the foundations of manufacturing and medicine. Rapid advances advanced manufacturing technology can provide unparalleled fabrication capabilities that fundamentally challenge the established industry paradigms. Particularly promising is additive manufacturing for biomedical applications, or additive biomanufacturing (ABM), where personalized and customized approaches can be developed through ABM to help surgeons and clinicians to treat patients with challenging problems ranging from large bone defects to deafness.
We work collaboratively to develop advanced bioprinters, bioinks, and 3D printed clinical tools to train future leaders and transform the national advanced manufacturing industry by building an emerging additive biomanufacturing sector in Australia.
The Centre is structured into three synergistic and innovative programs
Who we are
The ARC Industrial Transformation Training Centre in Additive Biomanufacturing brings together an outstanding team of high profile researchers and industry partners from Australia and around the world to help transform the industry of 3D printing for medical applications.
The ARC Training Centre in Additive Biomanufacturing is funded by the Australian Government through the Australian Research Council Industrial Transformation Research Program.