The Allevi Blog

Printable UV Sensor from Allevi Authors

In their recent publication, Allevi authors Abraham Samuel Finny, Cindy Jiang and Silvana Andreescu developed a custom ink which they can print into a skin safe UV sensor. Such a

Allevi Author develops a new conductive bioink

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.

Novel composite cellulose-based bioink from Allevi Author

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

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Allevi Author: GWU Bioprinting Heart Tissue

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