A ‘NICE’ approach to bioprinting: novel bioink serves as a platform for anatomical-scale functional tissues

Written by Georgi Makin

NICE bioprinting

Researchers at Texas A&M University (TX, USA) have announced success in the development of a novel bioink which they claim could be used to develop anatomical-scale, functional tissues. A team of researchers from the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Texas A&M University has announced success in the development of a novel, highly printable bioink that could serve as a platform for the subsequent development of anatomical-scale, functional tissues. “The next milestone in 3D bioprinting is the maturation of bioprinted constructs toward the generation of functional tissues,” Associate Professor Akhilesh Gaharwar (Texas A&M University) explained. “Our study demonstrates that NICE bioink...

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