New 3D Bioprinter for Tissue Engineering and Organ Regeneration

With the new 3D Bioprinter, the research group of Professor Paul Gatenholm at the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering exploits new possibilities of tissue engineering and organ regeneration. ​Professor Paul Gatenholm’s research has gained a lot of attention lately, both in newspapers and on television. A quick interview.. Continue reading “New 3D Bioprinter for Tissue Engineering and Organ Regeneration”

“How Do I Reach These Kids?” Build a 3D Bioprinter

After nine months of perseverance, high school seniors at Loveland High School in Ohio successfully created a 3D bioprinter. The payoff came as part of the capstone project for three students: Nathan Bryant, Cameron Spicer and Thomas Worsham. Their biotechnology teacher, Jamie Allison had a warranted emotional reaction when the project finally came to fruition. Even the superintendent commented on the revelation. The ability to print bacteria is now accomplished at the high school level. Continue reading ““How Do I Reach These Kids?” Build a 3D Bioprinter”