Tag Archives: 3D-printing

A functionally-graded scaffold and bone marrow-derived mononuclear cells for osteonecrosis of the femoral head

A functionally-graded scaffold and bone marrow-derived mononuclear cells. AoS

Osteonecrosis of the femoral head (ONFH) is a debilitating disease that may progress to femoral head collapse and subsequently, degenerative arthritis. Core decompression (CD) is a commonly used joint-preserving procedure for the treatment of small to medium

3D-printed chitosan scaffolds for the improved in-vivo wound healing in diabetic rats

In the tissue engineering context, fabrication of porous three dimensional (3D) printed chitosan (CH) scaffolds for skin tissue regeneration and their behavior in terms of biocompatibility, cytocompatibility and toxicity toward human fibroblast (Nhdf) and keratinocyte (HaCaT), was

3D-printed artificial intelligence running at the speed of light – from object classification to optical component design

3D-printed artificial intelligence running at the speed of light. AoS

Deep learning is one of the fastest-growing machine learning methods that relies on multi-layered artificial neural networks. Traditionally, deep learning systems are implemented to be executed on a computer to digitally learn data representation and abstraction, and

Light-controlled muscle-powered walking biological robots

For centuries, engineers have built with traditional materials, such as woods or metals, which can’t dynamically respond to changes in their environment. Intuitively, we know that biological materials can do things synthetic materials cannot. For example, our

Advanced technology in the cath lab: CT, VR, robots, and 3D printing

Precision medicine or “personalized medicine” is poised to become a cornerstone of future medical diagnostics and therapies. The idea is to use a patient’s own information to create treatments that are tailored to them specifically. This type

Rapid prototyping to explain the biology of seahorse tails

Rapid prototyping employs the use of modern engineering tools, such as computer modeling and 3D-printing, to build physical models of new product design concepts. Applying similar techniques, our team of biologists and engineers built two 3D-printed models