PROCESS OPTIMIZATION

BIOLIFE4D seeks to improve, optimize, adapt and capitalize on current technologies to create a commercially viable and sustainable process solution.

BIOLIFE4D plans to strategically position itself at the center of an unprecedented convergence of regenerative medicine, stem cell biology, additive manufacturing (3D printing) and computing technology – all having reached a level of maturity whereby BIOLIFE4D is convinced that commercially viable bioprinting solutions can be created through optimization, not invention. History documents many examples of commercially viable businesses – even entirely new industries – that were born not from an invention itself, but from the optimization of an evolutionary process. Consider these examples:


Henry Ford optimized the assembly line process

In 1901 Ransom Eli Olds invented the assembly line;
in 1913 Henry Ford optimized a process that made it commercially viable.

Guglielmo Marconi optimized a process for manufacturing radios

In 1879 David Edward Hughes invented the radio;
in 1895 Guglielmo Marconi optimized a process that made it commercially viable.

Alexander Graham Bell optimized a process for manufacturing telephones

In 1849 Antonio Meucci invented the telephone;
in 1876 Alexander Graham Bell optimized a process that made it commercially viable.

Thomas Edison optimized a process for manufacturing light bulbs

In 1802 Sir Humphry Davy invented the incandescent light;
in 1879 Thomas Edison optimized a process that made it commercially viable.

Galileo Galilei optimized a process for manufacturing telescopes

In 1608 Hans Lippershey invented the telescope;
in 1609 Galileo Galilei optimized a process that made it commercially viable.

BIOLIFE4D plans to optimize a process for 3D bioprinting human hearts

In 2003 Thomas Boland invented the first bioprinter;
Today, BIOLIFE4D plans to optimize the process and make patient-specific, transplantable human organs commercially viable.


BIOLIFE4D’s objective is not to invent new technology, but rather to improve, optimize, adapt and capitalize on current technologies to create a commercially viable and sustainable process solution.

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