Engineers often rely on Mother Nature to help solve difficult problems. After millions of years of evolution, living organisms such as plants, animals, and microbes have discovered how to survive
The liver plays an incredibly important role in the human body by metabolizing drugs and other compounds. Developing accurate in vitro liver models to study is a critical step in
In their recent publication, Allevi authors, Abraham Samuel Finny, Cindy Jiang, and Silvana Andreescu developed a custom bioink which they can print into a skin safe UV sensor. Such a
Hadi Rastin together with his colleagues from the University of Adelaide in Australia created a new electroconductive bioink that can be combined with cells and easily extruded with excellent results.
In their recent publication, Allevi authors Serkan Dikici, Fredrick Claeyssens, and Sheila MacNeil developed a very clever synthetic vascular network (SVN) by combining electro-spun layers with 3D bioprinted vascular channels.
Bioprinting always requires consideration of many different parameters: biomaterial mechanical and biological properties, printability, cell viability and many more. It requires finding a fine balance between all the factors and
“Shrinking printing” opens the possibility to improve your 3D bioprinting resolution with quick and simple post-processing. If your goal is to create small channels, a fine mesh, or similar micro-geometries
A bioprinted construct is only as good as the bioink used to create it. There are many biomaterial options available on the market, however, the need for more customized hydrogels
If stem cell therapies take off – we’re going to need a way to solve the stem cell supply problem – read on to learn more: The Promise We’ve all
We’re so excited to welcome the Yu Shrike Zhang lab from Brigham & Women’s Hospital to the Allevi Author Club! His new paper explores how porous is preferred when it
We are VERY excited to announce the latest addition to the Allevi Author Club; the Guvendiren Lab from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Dr. Guvendiren’s lab focuses on creating
George Washington University joins the #AlleviAuthor club with their new paper titled, “Use of GelMA for 3D printing of cardiac myocytes and fibroblasts” and published in Journal of 3D Printing