3D Printing Neurons with Graphene: Stretching the Possibilities at Northwestern University

Recently, 3D Printing Industry reported on Michigan Tech’s Tolou Shokuhfarexperimenting with graphene-based biomaterials to produce a “bioink” that can replace and re-stimulate growth in cartilage and nerve cells. Graphene has long been a material of interest for biomedical, engineering, … Continue reading “3D Printing Neurons with Graphene: Stretching the Possibilities at Northwestern University”

Could 3D-Printed Guides Enable Personalized Nerve Regeneration Therapy?

Using 3D printed nerve guidance conduits, University of Sheffield researchers have succeeded in helping nerves to repair themselves in vivo. Consisting of a framework of tiny tubes, the implants were used to guide the damaged nerve endings toward each other, but with a personalized touch that wasn’t previously possible. Continue reading “Could 3D-Printed Guides Enable Personalized Nerve Regeneration Therapy?”