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BioBots is empowering people to build with life. We are helping design and engineer biology to cure disease, eliminate the organ waiting list, revert climate change, and live on other planets. Our first product is a 3D bioprinter.

News and Press

Meet the machine that’ll print your skin and bones

RedBull • June 20, 2016

Our goal is to get the technology stacked behind that, in such a way that with these tools the interface for biology is no longer manual, it’s digital. What the PC did for computing, the BioBot can do for bioprinting and biology.

BioBots May Totally Wipe Out the Organ Donor Waiting List

Equities • June 1, 2016

The concept of BioBots starts simple enough: a 3-D printer. We have written about 3-D printers here at Equities many times. However, we have never seen them like this. BioBots 3-D printer prints human cells. You may wonder what the market is for something like this, but think about organ donor wait times—a liver donor patient may wait close to five years! BioBots has the solution.

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Founders / Key Team

Danny Cabrera
Danny Cabrera
CEO & Co-Founder

Danny graduated from University of Pennsylvania with B.S. in Computational Biology, where he focused on the development of technologies that could manipulate and evaluate biological structures.  He won the iGEM Grand Prize and the Best New Measurement Approach for North America while pursuing his academic passion.

Ricardo Solorzano
Ricardo Solorzano
CTO & Co-Founder

During his undergraduate education at the University of Pennsylvania, Ricardo dedicated himself to engineering biological tissues in new and creative ways.  While he researched and created the first version of the BioBots printer in his dorm room, he was also busy writing 6 published papers in the field and winning academic awards across the university.

Dr. Anthony Atala
Dr. Anthony Atala
Scientific Advisor

As director of the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Dr. Anthony Atala is a proven and well renowned thought leader in the field of biological engineer.  Dr. Atala’s work was listed as Time Magazine’s top 10 medical breakthroughs of the year, and as Discover Magazine`s Number 1 Top Science Story of the Year in the field of medicine in 2007. In 2009 Dr. Atala was featured in U.S. News & World Report as one of 14 Pioneers of Medical Progress in the 21st Century, and his work in 2010 was listed by Smithsonian Magazine as one of 40 things to know about the next 40 years.