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Researchers Create Bioink that Delivers Oxygen to 3D Printed Tissue Cells

Tissue engineering or regeneration is the process of improving upon or replacing biological tissues by combining cells and other materials with the optimal chemical and physiological conditions in order to build scaffolds upon which new viable tissue can form. We’ve...

New Technique for Multi-Material 3D Printing

A multi-layer, single material print sample from a new technique invented by researchers at Columbia University that uses selective laser sintering to print objects with multiple materials at the same time.  . Researchers at Columbia flipped the laser in SLS additive...

All the new stuff that’s fit to print (in 3D)

From glass to bacteria, you can print almost anything these days, as researchers backed by the EU-funded ATTRACT project are demonstrating.  . Humans have been making glass for well over 5,000 years, but not like this. Recent advances in photonics are driving...

Harvard develops keratin-based 3D printed textile that changes form

A research team from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) has drawn inspiration from hair to develop a 3D printable textile that changes its form based on moisture exposure using a shape memory concept.  . As even the most...

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