Soft Material Bioprinting

Adam Feinberg, associate professor of biomedical engineering and materials science and engineering, describes and demonstrates his work in 3-D printing soft materials.
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Adam Feinberg: Tissue Engineering: 3-D Printing of the Heart and Arteries

Source: College of Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
The Future of Medicine, Soft Material Bioprinting, Regenerative Medicine, Adam Feinberg, 3D Printing, Carnegie Mellon University, Rebuilding the Heart, New Materials, Hydrogel

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