- 19 February 2018
Our approach introduces a novel bioink inkjet printing process whereby peptides are used to organise multiple proteins and biomolecules into ordered structures with nano-to-micro-scale control. In collaboration with Dr Rafael Castrejón-Pita of Queen Mary University of London. Watch with headphones. Watch on Youtube here: –youtube.com/watch?v=kwf-DS0Wd5Y
- 21 December 2017
In this exclusive video by RegMedNet, our PhD student Gaston Agustin Primo discusses the development of our 3D electrophoresis-assisted lithography (3DEAL) platform. See the full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7xJLznhZ5k
- 15 July 2016
Alvaro Mata is interviewed on Regeneratively Speaking ® Podcast by Wake Forest Institute. Listen now to hear more about how Alvaro got into the area of functional biomedical materials, where his research is now and the direction of the Institute of Bioengineering at Queen Mary, University of London.
- 30 March 2016
“How 3D printing is revolutionising prosthetics”. Forces TV features the work of our lab focus don tissue engineering from the bottom-up (after min 3).
- 29 March 2016
Summary of the Public Lecture given by Donald Ingber from the Wyss Institute at Harvard and hosted by Robin Ince on March 29th, 2016.
- 15 March 2016
An online news video showcasing our work been viewed over 500,000 views by the public! It reports our recently published work on dynamic self-assembly membranes that may soon provide a way to build artificial blood vessels for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.
- 7 October 2015
Summary of the Launch of the Institute of Bioengineering at QMUL on October 7th, 2015.
- 1 October 2015
“Drawn out proteins make self-healing scaffolds”. Chemistry World reports on our peptide-protein co-assembly system.
- 28 September 2015
Summary of dynamic properties exhibited by a co-assembled peptide-protein membrane capable of accessing non-equilibrium to undergo morphogenesis, controllably assemble and dis-assemble, self-heal, and grow.
- 1 June 2015
“Opening young minds to bioengineering”. Engaging school children with the research of the Institute of Bioengineering.