Bioprinted Cancer Models, Microprinted Imaging Probe, 3DTech for Congenital Heart Disease

In this week’s “From Academia“, we share with you two review articles exploring bioprinting for a better understanding of cancer biology and Immersive realities, including Augmented Reality (AR), Mixed Reality (MR), and Virtual Reality (VR) for congenital heart disease applications. The third article focuses on using their novel ultrathin probe fabrication technique that utilizes 3D microprinting to fabricate a fully functional ultrathin aberration-corrected optical coherence tomography probe, enabling future development of novel minimally invasive characterization techniques of diseases.

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.

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3D bioprinting for reconstituting the cancer microenvironment

Authored by Pallab Datta, Madhuri Dey, Zaman Ataie, Derya Unutmaz & Ibrahim T. Ozbolat. Nature npj Precision Oncology, 27 July 2020

Advanced Medical Use of Three-Dimensional Imaging in Congenital Heart Disease: Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality, Virtual Reality, and Three-Dimensional Printing

Authored by Hyun Woo Goo, Sang Joon Park, and Shi-Joon Yoo. Korean Journal of Radiology. 8 January 2020. 

Ultrathin monolithic 3D printed optical coherence tomography endoscopy for preclinical and clinical use

Authored by Jiawen Li, Simon Thiele, Bryden C. Quirk, Rodney W. Kirk, Johan W. Verjans, Emma Akers, Christina A. Bursill, Stephen J. Nicholls, Alois M. Herkommer, Harald Giessen & Robert A. McLaughlin. Nature Light: Science & Applications, 20 July 2020

From Academia: Biomaterials with Shape Memory, 3D Printed Diagnostic Device using Smartphone, Modular Microcage Scaffold

From Academia: 4D Printing, 3D Printing Fish Gelatin for Drug Delivery, and Simulating Nasal Cavities

From Academia: 3D Bioprined Dendritic Vascular Networks, Cornea, Alternative Drug Delivery

From Academia: Mixed Reality, Augmented Reality, and 3D Printing in Healthcare

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