Researchers Pioneer Droplet-based 3D Printing Technology using Microfluidics

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Chemical engineering assistant professor Jiandi Wan from the University of California, Davis pioneered a new droplet-based 3D printing technology using microfluidics. The microfluidic approach enabled the research team to efficiently print finely-tuned flexible materials with potential applications in soft robotics, tissue engineering, and wearable technology.

Terasaki Institute Develops Method to directly 3D Print Living Tissues Inside Patients

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A new collaboration between researchers from Terasaki Institute, Ohio State University Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and those from the Pennsylvania State University Department of Chemical Engineering, has led to the development of a new type of 3D printing approach that involves the use of a specially-formulated bio-ink designed for printing directly in the body.