180 credits including at least 90 credits in Biomedicine, Medical Science or Biology, alternatively 60 credits in Biology together with 30 credits in chemistry, technology, or geology, corresponding education. English language proficiency corresponding to English 6 is required.
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Application Fee: SEK 900
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About the course:
The course introduces the possibilities and opportunities that 3D-printing and bioprinting offers researchers and innovators within medicine, biology and biochemistry. The course starts with lectures about 3D-printing and bioprinting, followed by mandatory workshops on 3D-modeling and practical 3D-printing, together with the execution of a smaller supervised individual project relevant to a research application within medicine, biology or biochemistry. The project work processes as well as results are documented in an individual report.