KSC Seminar/Webinar Series: Sustainable Product Design and Innovation Student Research Presentations
Presented by Slesha Tuladhar '23 ("Rheological Analysis of Bio-materials") and Cartwright Nelson '22 ("Nozzle Design for 3D Bioprinting Process"). Three-dimensional bioprinting is a rapidly growing field attempting to recreate functional tissues for medical and pharmaceutical purposes with multiple materials. Existing systems with multiple print heads to achieve this complex interchangeable deposition decrease efficiency, structural integrity, and accuracy. In this research, students helped to develop a nozzle system capable of switching between multiple bio-inks with continuous deposition, ensuring minimum transition distance so that precise deposition transitioning can be achieved. In addition, the effect of rheological properties of different bio-material compositions on the transition distance was investigated by fabricating the sample scaffolds. Registration for the webinar series is required at:
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