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Bioprint with alginate-gelatin enables co-culture of lung cancer cells

Breaking Barriers: Printing Vascularized Skin

Bioprinted liver created by researchers

Bioprinted collagen nanocomposites for bone remodeling

Aalto University Uses the BIO X to Develop Novel Bioink Formulation for Cardiac Tissue Applications

The I-DOT Automates the Nanoscale Synthesis of More Than 1000 Iminopyrrolidine Derivatives

Harvard Medical School Researchers Print Mechanically Robust Cartilage-like Tissue with the INKREDIBLE

Georgia Tech Researchers Use the BIO X to Develop Dissolution Process for Improved HUVEC Adhesion

Tufts Researchers Harness the Power of Silk with the INKREDIBLE

The INKREDIBLE+ Bridges the 3D Materials Gap: From Nano- to Macroscale

RIT researchers develop bioinks using CELLINK BIO X to promote organ regeneration

Italian Researchers Use the INKREDIBLE+ to Develop a New Class of Bioinks from Natural Polymers