According to the Russian satellite network, the managing partner of the 3D bio-printing solution company in Russia, yushev vazov, has recently been working on a 3D bio-printing solution.Hirsuani said the soyuz ms-14 spacecraft carrying robot astronaut fedor will return bone tissue and protein crystal samples from the space station’s 3D printing technology to earth on September 7.
“The bone tissue and protein crystal testing for 3D printing technology has been successful and everything is fine,” Mr. Hersuani said.A series of experiments have been carried out on cultured protein crystals and inorganic components of bone tissue.
Hersuani confirmed that the soyuz ms-14 spacecraft would bring back the containers on September 7.Fedor, a humanoid space robot, will also return.
The first bio-printer was brought to the international space station by the soyuz ms-10 spacecraft on October 10, 2018, but it failed to reach the space station due to the failure of the carrier rocket.
On December 3, 2018, the soyuz ms-11 spacecraft successfully delivered to the international space station a backup bio-printer for ground simulation and astronaut training.
Russian cosmonaut oleg?Kononenko used the bio-printer to complete the world’s first test of growing 3D printing technology in space — human cartilage and mouse thyroid — and sent samples back to earth to be studied by experts.