3D Printing and smart bio-materials.

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As mentioned by Jordan Miller, Assistant Professor of Bioengineering, ¨3D-printed scaffolds and structures for diverse biomaterial applications that cross molecular, micro- and meso-length scales.
As stated in Omid Veiseh, Assistant Professor of Bioengineering´s research Statement,´ if we really want to recapitulate what the pancreas normally does, we need vasculature.´

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