The MATCH Observatory is a key element on the WP4 of the MATCH project. Designed as a strategic surveillance tool, it´s ultimate purpose is that MATCH partners, the European Commission and other users could be constantly aware about emerging and possibly disruptive trends in the field of materials.

Bio-Printing the First Organic Blood Vessel

While 3D bioprinting and bioassembly continue to revolutionize tissue engineering in the fields of generative and restorative medicine, the creation of biocompatible organic implants is still a virtually uncharted field. Indeed, it is still very difficult to reproduce... read more

3-D printed ovaries produce healthy offspring

The new world of 3-D printed organs now includes implanted ovary structures that, true to their design, actually ovulate, according to a study by Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and McCormick School of Engineering. By removing a female mouse’s... read more

Living sensors at your fingertips

Engineers and biologists at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have teamed up to design a new “living material” — a tough, stretchy, biocompatible sheet of hydrogel injected with live cells that are genetically programmed to light up in the presence of certain chemicals

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