Bioengineers 3D print complex vascular networks
They'll be essential to 3D-printed organs and replacement tissues.
Self-healing 3D-printed gel has a future in robots and medicine
The hydrogel is soft, yet strong and responsive, and it can be formed in LEGO-like blocks.
Sticky hydrogel could revolutionize knee surgery
Researchers created a hydrogel that can carry repair cells for damaged areas.
MIT researchers made a living ink that responds to its surroundings
The 3D-printed, bacteria-loaded gel can be used as a sensor.
Kevlar cartilage could help you recover from joint injuries
It's as strong as the real thing.
Gel-based robot hand can grab and release fish
This could lead to kinder, gentler surgical robots.
ICYMI: This rock-armored insect could change medicine
Iron Man has nothing on him.
Cotton candy machines help create artificial organs
They're more about saving lives than rotting your teeth.
Biobots made from tissue could one day be implanted in humans
It turns out that robots don't need to be BigDog-sized to be freaky. Scientists at the University...