The New Yorker Life proudly presents; Kid reporter Bartu Milci interviews Yigitcan Sumbelli, a scientist working in the cutting-edge field of 3D Bioprinting. 3D printing is a fascinating process; simply put, it’s adding material on top of each other in an organized manner and creating a final product. From designing and 3d printing simple pieces... Continue Reading →
Kevin Jahnke comments on the relationship between synthetic biology and traditional tissue engineering applications while talking about his studies
Kate Firipis explains her studies about peptide-based bioink development and her comments on tissue engineering
Dr. van Haasterecht tells us about his PhD studies on Second Harmonic Generation Microscopy and comments on how we can use imaging techniques for tissue engineering applications
We talked with Geoffrey Potjewyd about dementia, 3D brain models and science communication. He continues his PhD in the Manchester University
We talked with Dr. Visscher, who continues his plastic surgery training and working on a PhD about 3D bioprinting of cartilage in the Netherlands!
How have the tissue and organ engineering studies developed since their formation? What are the milestones throughout its history?