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Bioprinting Algae to Improve Tissue Oxygenation

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

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