Joon Myong Song: Seoul National University, Korea
Su Ryon Shin: Harvard Medical School, USA
Submission Status: Open | Submission Deadline: Closed
Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine have shown significant progress through the use of 3D bioprinting technology. Various hydrogel-based bioinks have been developed to facilitate 3D engineered tissue construction and their trans-lational applications. In this Nano Convergence
thematic series, we provide a comprehensive overview of the latest advances in 3D bioprinting technology based tis-sue constructs, various printable bioinks, and na-nomaterials. Specifically, the series include re-views on muscle tissue regeneration, conductive hydrogel inks and nano-engineered dECM bioinks, and ZnO nanomaterials for bioprinting.