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About Us

Who we are

 

BIOMATS Inc. is a pre-seed startup that focuses on the design and manufacturing of bioprinters tailored for various applications with specifically curated bioinks.  Founded in 2022, BIOMATS is currently incubated by the AnimoLabs of De La Salle University (Manila). 

As we embark on this exciting journey, we are actively seeking innovators and early-adopters of 3D bioprinting technology. Our mission is to bridge the gap between suppliers and the steadily expanding biotechnology/biomedical industry through the cutting-edge capabilities of our bioinks and bioprinters.

What we do

 

The hard tech startup focuses on, primarily the formulation of application-specific bioinks designed to cater to the production of innovative biomaterial products. Through our platform, we aim to network raw material suppliers through our in-house-developed repository of polymers. This data will help establish a reliable and science-backed inventory of biomolecules, biopolymers, and materials for research and development use. Our team of engineers, scientists, and clinicians have converged to build a low-cost, high-throughput bioprinter, aimed at printing structures of varying dimension and cellular complexity.

Our Mission & Vision

Mission

To be the leading Philippine company in bioprinting and providing innovative biomaterials, derived and developed from natural and local resources, attuned to the needs of the Filipinos.

Vision

To make locally and naturally sourced bioprinting and biomaterials accessible to Filipinos. 

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Sustainability Goals

BIOMATS also aims to be aligned with the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDG):

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To improve the quality of life for the Filipinos and the rest of the world through bioprinting.

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To continuously innovate  in the country’s biotechnology and bioprinting industry and build on the infrastructures.

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To be a responsible company, ensuring that the consumption and production of the bioprinters, bioinks, and biomaterials are sustainable.

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