Lab alumna Alex Rutz (PhD ’16) has been awarded the Millipore Sigma 2017 Life Science Award in 3D-Printing for her work on Engineering Hydrogel Inks for 3D Tissue and Organ Printing! She receives a $10,000 prize as part of the… Continue Reading
“Tissue Papers”– unique, bioactive materials based on decellularized extracellular matrix which promote tissue regeneration in various organs and invented by the Shah TEAM Lab — have been published and featured on the cover of Advanced Function Materials as ”… Continue Reading
In May, Prof. Shah and TEAM lab collaborator Dr. Sue Jordan presented a keynote entitled “New Materials for 3D-Printing in Medicine: What’s Next Is Closer Than You Think” at RAPID + TCT 2017 in Pittsburgh, PA, the largest 3D-printing and… Continue Reading
“Hyperelastic Bone”, developed by in the Shah TEAM Lab, has been selected as a finalist for the biennial INDEX: Design to Improve Life award, considered to be one of the most significant technology design competitions in the world. More info… Continue Reading
The results of a collaboration between members of Prof. Ramille Shah’s and Prof. Teresa Woodruff’s laboratories working on 3D printed bioprosthetic ovaries has been published in Nature Communications! The collaboration seeks to find a tissue engineered solution for oncofertility patients.… Continue Reading
Read Prof. Shah’s perspective on the TEAM lab’s recent accomplishments in research here.
Prof. Shah appeared on Chicago area affiliate FOX 32 to discuss with Sylvia Perez the lab’s recent accomplishments with 3D-printing of Lunar and Martian regoliths! The broadcast went out live on April 23, 2017 at 8:30 AM. Congrats to Prof.… Continue Reading
Congratulations to Nick Geisendorfer on receiving the prestigious NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship for his application titled “Efficient and Scalable Fabrication of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells via 3D-Printing”. NASA will be providing technical and financial support to Nick on this… Continue Reading
Congratulations to Prof. Shah and Dr. Adam Jakus on the publication of “Hyperelastic “bone”: A highly versatile, growth factor–free, osteoregenerative, scalable, and surgically friendly biomaterial” in Science Translational Medicine. Dr. Jakus and Prof. Shah lead a team of researchers and… Continue Reading
Congratulations to the Shah and Dunand Labs on their recent invited publication, “Iron and Nickel Cellular Structures by Sintering of 3D-Printed Oxide or Metallic Particle Inks”, in a special issue of Advanced Engineering Materials!