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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…

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Marine Biologist Modifies Bioprinting for the Creation of Bionic Coral

Corals are dying globally. In the face of climate change and global warming, we can expect some severe consequences, which in turn directly affects marine life. In what is panning…

3D Printing for Nerve Regeneration: Gelatin Methacrylate-Based Nerve Guidance Conduits

Chinese researchers delve deeply into tissue engineering, releasing the findings of their recent study in ‘3D printing of gelatin methacrylate-based nerve guidance conduits with multiple channels.’ While there have been…

Fabricating Bionic Corals Could Improve Bioenergy and Coral Reefs

Replicating structures with live cells have the potential to create environments to study processes and cell development that could become very beneficial to scientists and one of Earth’s largest ecosystems,…

Unique Shrinkage Method Improves 3D Printed Hydrogel Constructs

A group of international authors delve further into bioprinting and the structures that make it possible to keep cells alive during tissue engineering, releasing their findings in the recently published…

Handheld Bioprinter to Treat Skeletal Muscle Injuries

If having bioprinters available to medical practitioners and hospital workers could have a huge impact on their work, then just imagine what handheld bioprinters would do for the treatment of…

REGEMAT 3D Will Start Selling Biomaterials

One of the key players in the bioprinting field in Spain will be incorporating seven new biomaterials. In the coming months, REGEMAT 3D will launch a catalog of biomaterials that customers…

Singapore: UV-Assisted Extrusion-Based Bioprinting to Make GelMA Hydrogels for Soft Tissue Engineering

It’s difficult to manufacture complex tissue constructs with the necessary mechanical properties and structure integrity when you’re with bioprinting in soft tissue engineering. Typically, scientists will use materials, like PCL,…

China: Complex GelMA-based Scaffolds Improved with the Addition of Nanoclay

Chinese scientists are delving further into successful bioprinting in ‘3D printing of complex GelMA-based scaffolds with nanoclay,’ exploring why photo-crosslinkable gelatin methacrylate (GelMA) has become so enticing for researchers attempting…