Promoting human embryonic stem cell chondrogenesis using 3D systems with Miguel Ferreira
In this interview with Miguel Ferreira (University of Manchester, UK), 3DMedNet takes a closer look at using bioprinting for articular cartilage...
Bioprinted ‘cages’ and acoustic sound waves facilitate study of neurons
Scientists from TU Wien (Vienna, Austria) and Stanford University (CA, USA) have bioprinted microscopic ‘cages’ to enhance the study of the...
[UPDATE] Bioprinting in space: knee meniscus successfully printed on ISS
A collaborative team running projects based around the 3D BioFabrication Facility on board the International Space Station has reported success...
Bioprinting in space: virtual event addresses the intersection of bioprinting with space travel
Join our live coverage of key topics and questions addressed in this interactive panel discussion, ‘BIO + CLIMATE + SPACE’ from The Immersive...
Rat spinal cord and 3D-printed hydrogel skeletons allow biobots to ‘walk’
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (IL, USA) have managed to make tiny biobots ‘walk’ by applying rat muscle and...