Belarusian scientists will present a printer which can reproduce live cells
Belarus is planning to unveil a 4D bioprinter as part of its pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, according to a report by the Belarusian Telegraph Agency (BelTA), the country’s official news agency.
The National Academy of Sciences of Belarus announced on January 14 it will present the 4D printer, which can reproduce live cells, as part of a range of innovative new technologies across a number of sectors, including healthcare, agriculture and artificial intelligence.
“In the Individual area we are going to present Belarusians who have played their role in world culture, depictive art, and other spheres. As far as the Investments area is concerned, we are going to talk about our legislation that attracts investors,” Valery Sadokho, director of the National Marketing Center of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, was quoted as saying.
According to the Expo 2020 Dubai website, the Belarusian pavilion will explore the themes of innovation, investment and the individual and will recreate the look and feel of the nation’s primeval forests.
Sadokho said the pavilion’s construction was proceeding on schedule.
Expo 2020 Dubai will run from October 20, 2020 to April 10, 2021 and it is estimated the event will attract 25 million visits, with around 70 percent coming from overseas.
Travel through the Belarus Pavilion’s ‘Forest of Future Technology’ at #Expo2020 #Dubai and find out what happens when nature and innovation combine. Take inspiration from the connections between trees in a forest and help to create a better future by working together. pic.twitter.com/KNaTN2lg9G— Expo 2020 Dubai (@expo2020dubai) January 24, 2019