Reactive Inkjet Printed 3D silk microrockets for micro-stirring, cargo transport and drug delivery applications – Presented by David Alexander Gregory, University of Sheffield

Reactive Inkjet Printed 3D silk microrockets for micro-stirring, cargo transport and drug delivery applications – Presented by David Alexander Gregory, University of Sheffield at The 3D Medicine & Pharmaceutical Printing Conference which will take place on  Feb 01, 2017 at MECC Maastricht in The Netherlands. Continue reading “Reactive Inkjet Printed 3D silk microrockets for micro-stirring, cargo transport and drug delivery applications – Presented by David Alexander Gregory, University of Sheffield”

3D printed silk ‘micro-rockets’ could deliver medicines through your body (Video)

3D printed silk ‘micro-rockets’ could deliver medicines through your body

Sheffield engineers make major breakthrough in developing silk ‘micro-rockets’ that can be used safely in biological environments.

By using an innovative 3D inkjet printing method, researchers from Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Sheffield have taken the biggest step yet in producing microscopic silk swimming devices that are biodegradable and harmless to a biological system. Continue reading “3D printed silk ‘micro-rockets’ could deliver medicines through your body (Video)”