OXSYBIO WAS FOUNDED BY PROFESSOR HAGAN BAYLEY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD AND SPUN OUT IN 2014
Our vision is to ultimately produce tissues that can be used by patients in the clinic for precision medicine and organ repair or replacement. At OxSyBio, we are developing 3D printing techniques to produce a range of tissue-like and functional tissues for medical research and clinical applications.
Our technology is based on cutting-edge research conducted by Professor Hagan Bayley’s group in the Chemistry Department at the University of Oxford. A leader in the exploration of chemical and synthetic biology his expertise cover membrane protein structure and function, single molecule chemistry and 3D printing.
Our method of 3D printing tissue-like materials, featured on the cover of Science in 2013. These techniques are gentle and enable a highly robust and reproducible way to print tissues, comprised of 3-dimensional networks of lipid coated aqueous droplets that display a range of emergent functions.
Our product is high-resolution, three-dimensional ’synthetic’ tissues. These are created using our bespoke 3D printing platform has been optimised to print living mammalian cells.