Texas A&M Researchers Make “NICE” Bioinks to Create Functional Bone Tissues

Managing bone defects and injuries using traditional treatments can be slow and expensive. When bones break, bone cells can usually repair them, unless the break is too large. In that…

3D Printing Therapeutic Proteins With A New Bioink By Texas A&M Engineering Team

A team of researchers at Texas A&M University (TAMU) have developed a 3D printable hydrogel bioink containing mineral nanoparticles that can deliver protein therapeutics to control cell behavior. TAMU researchers led…