3D and 4D Printing for medical.

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As mentioned in the project report by Hansjörg Wyss’s Professor Jennifer and her research team of Biologically Inspired Engineering at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have developed new classes of soft functional inks for pen-on-paper electronics, flexible electronics, and 3D antennas. They have also demonstrated a new route for creating shape-morphing architectures, known as biomimetic 4D printing.

Biomanufacturing of organ-specific tissues with high
cellular density and embedded vascular channels.

Biomanufacturing of organ-specific tissues with high cellular density and embedded vascular channels.

3D-printed hearts with ‘beating’ tissue could ease organ donor shortage.

We’re a Big Step Closer to 3D Printing Organs for Transplant.

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