12/15/2017

Penn State researchers 3D print microfiber scaffolds for tissue growth using off-the-shelf system Scientists from Penn State University are developing a method for 3D printing the “structural framework” of artificially grown living tissue using commercial desktop 3D printing technology. The process consists of reinforcing cell-infused hydrogel materials with supportive 3D printed fiber networks. The fibers…

12/23/2017

Wyss Institute Researchers Continue to Advance Organ Engineering Through 3D Bioprinting An organ transplant is a pretty miraculous procedure on its own, and its development and continuing improvement has enormously benefited its recipients. More than 30,000 people receive transplants each year in the United States alone, but unfortunately, according to the National Kidney Foundation, a…