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3D Printing Liquids That Stay Liquid!
This current research is focused on the biodegradable scaffolds that are a prerequisite for all living tissue engineering as a base structure on which living cells are deposited and ‘grown’. Traditionally, research in this area has utilized scaffolds that are constructed from biologically-friendly, biodegradable solids or gels onto which the living cells are introduced. However, these solid and gel states do have limitations in terms of control and efficient growth of the cells — a liquid scaffold is one way that these limitations could be minimized and this is precisely what the team at Oxford has been working on.
Go look the awesome video in the webpage!