All photo headers were taken by staff and students at the biofabrication research laboratories of the four universities. Below is a description of what they are!
A cell invasive scaffold made using stereolithography.
A heated water jacket of a melt electrospinning writing (MEW) device, with the electrified jet visible below.
Photopolymerization of a printed hydrogel in a cell culture well.
The test 3D printing of a hydrogel scaffold onto a polystyrene surface.
A poly(caprolactone) scaffold produce by MEW, an in-house 3D printing technology.
Cells seeded onto MEW scaffolds with actin filaments and nuclei stained.
3D Printing onto cylindrical surfaces via MEW to produce flexible, tubular, scaffolds.