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Dramatic advances in the fields of biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, genetics, biomedical engineering and materials science have given rise to the remarkable new cross-disciplinary field of tissue engineering. Tissue engineering uses synthetic or naturally derived, engineered biomaterials to replace damaged or defective tissues, such as bone, skin, and even organs.
Scientists Create Lifelike Human Ear Replica with 3D Printing

Scientists Create Lifelike Human Ear Replica with 3D Printing

Unlocking the Potential of 3D Ice Printing for Artificial Blood Vessels

Unlocking the Potential of 3D Ice Printing for Artificial Blood Vessels

Combating the Illegal Organ Trade with Bio-Printing

Combating the Illegal Organ Trade with Bio-Printing

FluidForm Bio 3D Bioprints Human Cardiac Tissue for Drug Development Breakthrough

FluidForm Bio 3D Bioprints Human Cardiac Tissue for Drug Development Breakthrough

BSF Enterprise PLC FOODTECH Joint Venture with CellRev

BSF Enterprise PLC FOODTECH Joint Venture with CellRev

How 3D-Printed Organs Could Reduce Use of Animal Testing in Medical Research

How 3D-Printed Organs Could Reduce Use of Animal Testing in Medical Research

Seventh Annual NSF-Funded Solicitation for Tissue Engineering Research Utilizing the ISS National Lab Now Open

Seventh Annual NSF-Funded Solicitation for Tissue Engineering Research Utilizing the ISS National Lab Now Open

Biofabrication of Engineering Living Systems With Single-Cell Resolution

Biofabrication of Engineering Living Systems With Single-Cell Resolution

New Insight Into How Cancer Cells Function in Softer Tissue Environments

New Insight Into How Cancer Cells Function in Softer Tissue Environments

A Biocompatible Method for Making Complex Cell-Based Soft 3D Architectures

A Biocompatible Method for Making Complex Cell-Based Soft 3D Architectures

Bioprinted Neural Networks Mimic Brain Circuitsdani

Bioprinted Neural Networks Mimic Brain Circuitsdani

UNIST Researchers Achieve Groundbreaking Milestone in Tissue Regeneration

UNIST Researchers Achieve Groundbreaking Milestone in Tissue Regeneration

New Mechanism Regulating Tumor Growth in the Skeleton Identified

New Mechanism Regulating Tumor Growth in the Skeleton Identified

Microfluidics Technology Enables Reproducible and Flexible Biofabrication Method

Microfluidics Technology Enables Reproducible and Flexible Biofabrication Method

Achieving 3D Printing Inside 'Mini-Organs' Growing in Hydrogels

Achieving 3D Printing Inside 'Mini-Organs' Growing in Hydrogels

Novel Technique Overcomes Challenges of Bioprinting

Novel Technique Overcomes Challenges of Bioprinting

Demonstrating the Great Potential of Prolamin Scaffolds in Cell-Based Meat Production

Demonstrating the Great Potential of Prolamin Scaffolds in Cell-Based Meat Production

Researchers Identify Genes Responsible for Craniofacial Dysmorphology in Down Syndrome

Researchers Identify Genes Responsible for Craniofacial Dysmorphology in Down Syndrome

New Method Uses Light to Activate Protein Functions

New Method Uses Light to Activate Protein Functions

Using ultrasound waves to move genetically engineered cells

Using ultrasound waves to move genetically engineered cells

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