Paper on ECM-based Microchannels Published

Azusa's paper on ECM-based stretchable microchannels is published and highlighted as an inside cover of the issue. Many thanks to Professor Onoe for leading this collaboration.

Azusa and Jason demonstrated to fabricate perfusable and stretchable microchannels using 3D-printed sacrificial molds. Azusa visited SUTD from Keio University as a part of collaboration. We also thank Mr. Itai and Professor Miura for realizing this work.

ECM-based microchannel for culturing in vitro vascular tissues with simultaneous perfusion and stretch
A Shimizu, WH Goh, S Itai, M Hashimoto, S Miura, H Onoe, Lab Chip, 2020,20, 1917-1927

Congratulations Azusa, Jason and everyone!

Online Group Meeting

Our recent group meeting via Zoom in response to the global Covid-19 situation. Stay home and stay safe everyone. Still see you online! Shout out to all the Healthcare providers around the world. Thank you for your sacrifice and dedication.

Press Release - Modularized Stereolithography

Terry's recent work on modularized stereolithography was highlighted in several news. We developed a novel approach to use SL printers to fabricate finer, more complex microfluidic networks.

Fabrication of Complex 3D Fluidic Networks via Modularized Stereolithography
T Ching, Y-C Toh, M Hashimoto, Adv. Eng. Mater., 2020, 22, 3, 1901109

Modularized Stereolithography