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May 4, 2021
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The new technique is capable of printing the models 10-50 times faster than the industry standard—in minutes instead of hours— a major step in the quest to create 3D-printed replacement organs.
April 26, 2021
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The technique used in this preclinical study could aid tissue regeneration following severe accidents, surgical resections, or progressive muscle loss due to age or genetic disease.
November 20, 2020
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3D bioprinted algae can be harnessed as a sustainable source of oxygen for human cells in engineered vascularized tissues, researchers report. They embedded the bioprinted photosynthetic algae, along with human liver-derived cells, in a 3D hydrogel matrix to create honeycomb-shaped tissues with lobules, similar to the human liver.
November 10, 2020
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Scientists have developed a method to bioprint a type of cartilage that could someday help restore knee function damaged by arthritis or injury.
April 16, 2020
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Bioengineers have created a 3D-printed scaffold designed to regenerate complex tissues composed of multiple layers of cells with different biological and mechanical properties.
December 3, 2020
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Paralyzing damage in spinal cord injury is often caused by the zealous immune response to the injury. NIBIB-funded engineers have developed nanoparticles that lure immune cells away from the spinal cord, allowing regeneration that restored spinal cord function in mice.
September 10, 2019
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A team of researchers has developed an innovative way to print therapeutics in 3D for regenerative medicine.
December 9, 2020
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NIBIB-funded researchers have designed a new class of 2D nanomaterials that are disc-shaped and flat on the surface, to aid in treatments for cartilage repair.
December 3, 2020
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NIBIB-funded researchers have developed a 3D-printed scaffold coated in aggrecan, a native cartilage component, to improve the regeneration of cartilage tissue in joints.
December 9, 2020
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A team of NIH-funded researchers at the University of Arkansas have demonstrated the novel use of multiphoton microscopy to monitor wound healing in live animals.