The 4D bioprinting market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of around 35% by 2035, claims Roots Analysis

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Summary

Owing to organ scarcity and lesser number of donors, the demand for tissue engineering and organ reconstruction has increased notably; as a result, the adoption of advanced 4D bioprinting technology is anticipated to increase over the coming years

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Roots Analysis has announced the addition of “4D Bioprinting Market, 2023-2035” report to its list of offerings.

 

4D bioprinting which involves the fourth spatio-temporal frame has diverse applications, including its use in drug regeneration and dynamic bio-constructs which can alter their shape with time. It has proven to be beneficial for research and development in the biopharmaceutical and healthcare industries. Presently, several players having dedicated facilities, cutting-edge machinery, and production lines, are engaged in the development of 4D bioprinters and smart biomaterials. In addition to the ability to morph, structures from 4D printing, have the ability to self-repair and can adapt to various environmental changes.

 

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Key Market Insights

 

Currently, close to 60% of the 4D bioprinters are commercially available in the market

Of these, over 45% of the 4D bioprinters are based on laser-based technology, followed by products based on polymer-based technology (20%). Further, about 60% of the 4D bioprinters use polymer as a biomaterial.

 

Around 40% of the players developing smart biomaterials, are headquartered in Europe

The market is currently dominated by the presence of large players (57%); of these, interestingly all the players have been established before 1980. Interestingly 68% of smart biomaterials developed in Europe are made up of polymers; of these close to 55% have already been commercialized.

 

Publications related to the 4D bioprinting domain have been observed to grow at a CAGR of 130%, since 2016

Around 55% of the articles focused on 4D bioprinting were research articles, of these, more than 20% of the publications have been published in 2022. Further, popular journals that have published multiple articles include Polymers, Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, and Micromachines Gels.

 

Europe and Asia-Pacific are anticipated to capture a larger share (53%) of the market, by 2035

In addition, in terms of type of technology, the market is anticipated to be primarily driven by the laser-based technology capturing more than 35% of the market. Further, biomedical applications are expected to occupy a larger segment, sharing around 65% of the overall market, by 2035.

 

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