3D Printing Organoids, Bioelectronic Implant, Tensegrity Structures

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In this issue of “From Academia”, we include three articles focusing on 3D printing organoids that can recapitulate macroscale tissue self-organization, personalized bioelectronic neuromuscular implant, and tensegrity structures in soft robotic design. The first article

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.

Recapitulating macro-scale tissue self-organization through organoid bioprinting

Authored by Jonathan A. Brassard, Mike Nikolaev, Tania Hübscher, Moritz Hofer & Matthias P. Lutolf. Nature Materials, 21 September 2020

Rapid prototyping of soft bioelectronic implants for use as neuromuscular interfaces

Authored by Dzmitry Afanasenkau, Daria Kalinina, Vsevolod Lyakhovetskii, Christoph Tondera, Oleg Gorsky, Seyyed Moosavi, Natalia Pavlova, Natalia Merkulyeva, Allan V. Kalueff, Ivan R. Minev & Pavel Musienko. Nature Biomedical Engineering. 21 September 2020

3D-printed programmable tensegrity for soft robotics

Authored by Hajun Lee, Yeonwoo Jang, Jun Kyu Choe, Suwoo Lee, Hyeonseo Song, Jin Pyo Lee, Nasreena Lone and Jiyun Kim. Science Robotics. 26 August 2020

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

From Acedemia: Incorporating 3D Printing into Structural Heart Disease Procedure, Silicone Pulse Oximeter, COVID Swabs in Children

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