3D Printing Pharmaceuticals and Drug Delivery Devices

In this issue of “From Academia”, we share with you three publications focusing on the current state of 3D printing pharmaceuticals and drug delivery devices. The first article is a review on the subject, the second is a recent publication on 3D printed microarray drug delivery system. The final publication focuses on a 3D printed self-adhesive bandage with drug release for peripheral nerve repair.

“From Academia” features recent, relevant, close to commercialization academic publications. Subjects include but not limited to healthcare 3D printing, 3D bioprinting, and related emerging technologies.

Email: Rance Tino (info@3dheals.com) if you want to share relevant academic publications with us.

3D Printing of Pharmaceuticals and Drug Delivery Devices (Editorial)

Authored by Essyrose Mathew, Giulia Pitzanti, Eneko Larraneta, Dimitrios A. Lamprou. MDPI Pharmaceutics. 15 March 2020

Limpet Tooth-Inspired Painless Microneedles Fabricated by Magnetic Field-Assisted 3D Printing

Authored by Xiangjia Li  Weitong Shan  Yang Yang  Dylan Joralmon  Yizhen Zhu  Yiyu Chen  Yuan Yuan  Han Xu  Jiahui Rong  Rui Dai  Qiong Nian  Yang Chai  Yong Chen. Advanced Functional Materials, 7 October 2020 

A 3D-Printed Self-Adhesive Bandage with Drug Release for Peripheral Nerve Repair

Authored by Jiumeng Zhang, Yuwen Chen, Yulan Huang, Wenbi Wu, Xianming Deng, Haofan Liu, Rong Li, Jie Tao, Xiang Li, Xuesong Liu, and Maling Gou. Advanced Science. 19 October 2020

3D Bioprinting The Heart & Cardiovascular System

Machine Learning in 3D Printing and Bioprinting, a Collection of Recent Publications

From Academia: 3D Printing for Neurosurgery Training, Vat Photopolymerization, soft robotic microsystem

From Academia: 3D Printing Organoid, Bioelectronic Implant, Tensegrity Structures

From Academia: Open-Source 3D printed Medical Devices and New Sensor for COVID

From Academia: Tweaking Bioinks Palette, One-Drop 3D Printing

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