Our consortium partner from the RESTORE project, University of Gothenburg, has successfully formed articular cartilage in 3D bioprints as reported in the article titled “Collagen 2A Type B Induction after 3D Bioprinting Chondrocytes In Situ into Osteoarthritic Chondral Tibial Lesion”. In their study, a CAD file was obtained from clinical imaging scans to generate G-code to control 3D bioprinting in situ directly into a tibial plateau lesion. 3D bioprinting with autologous chondrocytes showed great potential to reconstruct patient-specific features that match an articular joint lesion and could thus be used for future treatment of cartilage defects or early osteoarthritis.