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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

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Allevi Author: 3D Bioprinting Spinal Cord

This new addition to the Allevi Author Club is 3D bioprinting spinal cord… People often ask us, “what is it that a bioprinter can do really well?”, and we tell

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Allevi Author: UPenn Bioprinting Custom Nasal Defects

We’re proud to bring you yet another #AlleviAuthor – this one from down the street at University of Pennsylvania.  Dr. Chamith Rajapakse’s Lab at UPenn focuses on the development and application of image guided

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Allevi Author: 3D bioprinting drug delivery systems

Time for another #AlleviAuthor – Researchers from Abo Akademi, University of Helsinki and University of Turku use the Allevi 2 for 3D bioprinting drug delivery systems. Their paper studies the printability of PDMS to manufacture drug containing structures

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Allevi Author: Allevi and Dr. Anthony Atala

With a 12% success rate for drugs entering clinical trials, there is no doubt that drug companies need more accurate prediction platforms to help them save billions in bringing a