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From Discovery Science to Industrial Applications: Biomicrofabrication of Cellular Interfaces

20 June 2018

Based in the Department of Engineering, the group focuses on 3D bioprinting/ bio-microfabrication and developing biomimetic organ-on-chips for high throughput drug testing. The group combines nanotechnology and new material fabrication techniques to construct the defined biochemical and physical inputs of an extracellular matrix (ECM) scaffold.

The research is highly multi-disciplinary in nature, crossing fields of engineering, biology, chemistry, polymer physics and computer science. Shery Huang will talk about the group’s work and how it might be applied to industrial processes now and in the future. For further information please see

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