Engineering Minute

Engineering Minute – In-Air Microfluidics

In-air Microfluidics used for 3D printing living cells

Students at University of Twente in Enschede, Netherlands have succeeded in 3D printing structures composed of living cells, using a new technique called 'in-air microfluidics'. This technique is both fast and flexible allowing the production of viable micro building blocks for use in repairing damaged tissue. See how it works in the video below and read more about microfluidics at University of Twente

Learn how Synectic can enhance your next project. Contact us below.