Education and Workforce Development

ARMI | BioFabUSA seeks to enable the scalable, consistent and cost-effective manufacturing of cells, tissues and organs to benefit existing industries and grow new ones. As a part of this effort, ARMI | BioFabUSA is working to close educational skills gaps in tissue engineering and organ manufacturing through accessible educational and training opportunities.

Programs

ARMI | BioFabUSA is investing heavily in educational resources and hands-on experiences for different audiences and age groups.

Biofabrication Technician Apprenticeship

This program is designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge essential to excel in this innovative industry.

BioTrek

BioFabUSA created BioTrek to inform, attract, inspire and recruit the workforce of tomorrow, to lead innovation in biofabrication.

Advanced Manufacturing Technician Apprenticeship Program

This two-year program will give individuals the opportunity to complete college-level coursework and on-the-job training that will prepare them for family-sustaining careers in advanced manufacturing.

BioFab Explorer

BioFab Explorer is a free Google site created to help educators and students find new ways to build an understanding of the emerging field of biofabrication.

Ghostly Heart

The cell-free scaffolds, or “ghost organs,” can be recellularized with personalized stem cells, allowing for a fully functional organ that is a perfect match for patients.

SEE Science Center

Through interactive experiences, the BiologYou exhibition at the SEE Science Center introduces visitors to DNA structure and function.

UNH Leitzel Center Partnership

In partnership with the UNH Leitzel Center, ARMI | BioFabUSA developed an awareness campaign and science education support for teachers and youth in New Hampshire.

Girl Scouts
Biofabrication Patch

Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains (GSGWM) has pioneered a collaborative and creative partnership to increase exposure to the field of biofabrication.

ARMI

Initiatives

Learn more about work underway to build the biofabrication ecosystem and accelerate the science of regenerative medicine.