Category Archives: Pohang University of Science and Technology

Korean researchers study respiratory diseases with 3D printed airway-on-chip

Korean researchers from Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) and Seoul National University (SNU) have used 3D bioprinting to create a biomimetic airway-on-a-chip. This device, equipped with a naturally-derived blood vessel network, emulates biochemical responses and is used to study respiratory diseases. In the research article published in Biofabrication, Ju Young Park, lead author […]

Korean researchers study respiratory diseases with 3D printed airway-on-chip

Korean researchers from Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) and Seoul National University (SNU) have used 3D bioprinting to create a biomimetic airway-on-a-chip. This device, equipped with a naturally-derived blood vessel network, emulates biochemical responses and is used to study respiratory diseases. In the research article published in Biofabrication, Ju Young Park, lead author […]

Forscher aus Korea haben 3D-gedruckten Atemweg-auf-Chip für Simulationen vorgestellt

3D gedruckte Atemwege Auf Chip 266x300 - Forscher aus Korea haben 3D-gedruckten Atemweg-auf-Chip für Simulationen vorgestellt

Ein Team von Forschern aus Korea hat einen 3D-gedruckten, funktionalen Atemweg auf einem Chip vorgestellt. Dabei handelt es sich um einen Chip der realitätsnahe verschiedene Funktionen der Atmung simulieren kann. Bei dem Projekt war das POSTECH (Pohang University of Science and Technology) und die SNU (Seoul National University) beteiligt. Es wurden verschiedene biologische Materialien  (in [...]

Der Beitrag Forscher aus Korea haben 3D-gedruckten Atemweg-auf-Chip für Simulationen vorgestellt erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – The Independent AM Magazine.

POSTECH research team 3D bioprints novel treatment for Ischemic Disease

A research team at Korea’s Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) has used 3D printing to develop bio-blood-vessels (BBV) from a bioink made of vascular tissue. The results of the work are published in a new study that shows how tissue engineering with 3D bioprinting can open, “new avenues for regenerating ischemic diseases, replacing […]