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

In this week’s issue of “From Academia”, we include a user suitability study focusing on neurosurgical training using 3D printed anatomical models, an article exploring the actuation of 3D printed soft robotic microsystem, and a review paper discussing the current status and future potential of vat photopolymerization 3D printing in medical device and drug delivery space. “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 Printed) Neurosurgical simulator for training aneurysm microsurgery—a user suitability study involving neurosurgeons and residents

Authored by Fredrick Johnson Joseph, Stefan Weber, Andreas Raabe & David Bervini. Neurosurgery Training, 11 August 2020 

Addressable Acoustic Actuation of 3D Printed Soft Robotic Microsystems

Authored by Murat Kaynak, Pietro Dirix, Mahmut, Selman Sakar. Advanced Science. 21 September 2020

Vat photopolymerization 3D printing for advanced drug delivery and medical device applications

Authored by Xiaoyan Xu, Atheer Awad, Pamela Robles Martinez, Simon Gaisford, Alvaro Goyanes, Abdul W. Basit. Journal of Controlled Release. 5 October 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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