BioScaffolder

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  • Introduction
    • General overview of applications and printable materials. More…
  • PCL-PEG Blends for Tissue Engineering
    • FAU Erlangen succeeded in improving the properties of PCL for tissue engineering by adding PEG. More…
  • Struts and Capsules
    • A group from the Friedrich-Alexander University in Erlangen added prefabricated capsules enriched with cells to hydrogel before printing. More…
  • Green Bioprinting
    • A team from the Technische Universität Dresden printed algae cells suspended in hydrogel together with mammalian cells. More…
  • Alginate/Methylcellulose Blends
    • Immediate cross linking of alginate after printing can be avoided – Accordingly to an approach of researchers at the Technische Universität Dresden. More…
  • Artificial Tissues from the Inkjet
    • To a certain extent inkjet dispensers can emit cell containing suspensions but special bioinks will be required. More…
  • As FAST as Possible
    • GeSiM has become part of an EU funded Consortium (Horizon 2020) to optimize bulk and surface properties of scaffold materials for implants. More…
  • Bioprinting: The Future of Surgery?
    • A scaphoid bone scaffold model was printed from Calcium Phosphate Cement. More…