Engineering researchers strive to match artistry of biological tissues

Experts in materials science, chemical engineering and biomedical engineering have perfected a voxelated approach to bio-print 3D structures that mimic the geometry, texture and function of human tissues and organs. They quantify the dynamics of the whole bioprinting process and identify parameters to precisely deposit viscoelastic droplets of good roundness at prescribed locations in a 3D space with a transparent yield-stress fluid supporting matrix.

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