From Academia: Four-axis 3D printing, Efficacy of 3D printed model for breast cancer reconstruction, and Cultured Meat

In this issue of “From Academia”, we selected a recent paper on using four-axis extrusion-based 3D printing method to create a tubular scaffold, a paper from Stanford demonstrating clinical efficacy using 3D printed model for preoperative planning in breast cancer reconstruction surgeries, and a paper focusing on the science and potential of 3D printing in cultured meat.

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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Controllable four axis extrusion-based additive manufacturing system for the fabrication of tubular scaffolds with tailorable mechanical properties

Authored by Kenny A. van Kampen, Elena Olaret, Izabela-Cristina Stancu, Lorenzo Moroni, Carlos Mota. Materials Science and Engineering: C, 30 August 2020 

The utility of three-dimensional models in complex microsurgical reconstruction

Authored by Adeyemi A. Ogunleye, Peter L. Deptula, Suzie M. Inchauste, Justin T. Zelones, Shannon Walters, Kyle Gifford, Chris Le Castillo, Sandy Napel, Dominik Fleischmann, Dung H. Nguyen. Archives of Plastic Surgery. 15 September 2020

3D Printing of cultured meat products

Authored by Harish K. Handral, Shi Hua Tay, Weng Wan Chan & Deepak Choudhury. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition. 21 September 2020

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

From Academia: Nanoclay Bioink, Machine Learning, Hydrogel Design Strategies for 3D Bioprinting

From Academia: 3D Printed PPE Safety, A Better hydrogel, Cadaver Replacement

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