This is a great title because it really describes how scientists and other scientists have been studying the biomedical field since they were working with the cancer field. The concept of bioptic research is actually very similar to bioprintering, which is the study of how you are measuring the body by using an eye-tracking system.
Bioptics is the study of how humans use technology to understand the world. So bioptics is a subset of bioprinters and bioprintering is a subset of bioptic. Bioptic is a little bit more technical and is the study of how you can take a picture of a human’s body and analyze the data. Bioprintering is the reverse.
Bioptics is a subfield of bioprinters and bioprintering is a subfield of bioptics. Bioptics is the study of how people use technology to analyze the biological world. So the two are very similar. Bioptics is the study of how you use technology to analyze the biological world. Bioprinters is the reverse.
Many of you are probably already familiar with the concept of bioprinters, but I’m not. These are basically bioprinters that use electrical fields to separate and create micro-networks. Bioprinters are electrical fields that are in motion when you use them to break up cells.
Bioptics is like being a cyborg, bioprinters is like being a cyborg without the cyborg part.
Bioptics is currently the only bioimaging research being done at the UT Dallas Department of Biomedical Engineering. While I suspect a lot of you will be interested in learning more about these tools, I’m going to focus on bioprinters. Bioprinters are basically noninvasive imaging tools, just like a CT scan, which use electrical fields to separate and create micro-networks of tissue.
Bioptics are currently being used in many ways, but the most common use is for diagnostic purposes. Some examples of bioptics use are for the cancer drug response, the treatment of Parkinson’s disease, the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, and for the treatment of spinal cord injuries.
Bioptics are also very useful in other medical fields, including medicine in general, and I believe the FDA has recently approved the first bioptic drug, one for lung cancer. These tools can be used in hospitals, prisons, and even for recreational purposes like scuba diving.
The first bioptic drug was approved in 2007, but I think it is only the first of several. The FDA has approved several more bioptics in the near future including one for epilepsy and one to treat Parkinson’s disease. The first FDA-approved bioptic is one that is used to treat Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.
Bioptics have been around for years. They were first used in the mid-1970s for use in the United States and in Europe. They’re now used more in the U.S. for uses such as treating parkinsons disease. The FDA is currently working on a new bioptic for use in the U.S. for parkinsons disease.