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Novel Array Insert for One-Step 3D Cultures and Histological Processing
Schematic diagram of the technology. Organoid cultures can be grown in a basket array the size of a 96-well plate. The array can be shrunk down to fit into a histology cassette without need to transfer the culture. Invention Summary: Organoids are multicellular 3D structures that faithfully mimic their in vivo organ counterparts and are valuable...
Published: 9/3/2020   |   Inventor(s): Hatem Sabaawy, Howon Lee, Chen Yang, Daehoon Han
Keywords(s): Drug Discovery/Screening
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Physical Sciences & Engineering, Technology Classifications > Research Tools, Technology Classifications > Healthcare & Life Sciences
Coating with Self-Limiting Electrospray Deposition
Invention Summary: Researchers at Rutgers University have developed a scalable technique for depositing microscale coatings of a wide variety of materials and composites onto complex 3D additive or micromachined structures. The new coating process, based on self-limiting electrospray deposition (SLED), once deposited on the surface of a target material,...
Published: 3/2/2020   |   Inventor(s): Jonathan Singer, Howon Lee
Keywords(s): Manufacturing
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Physical Sciences & Engineering
4D Printing of Microneedle Array for Enhanced Tissue Adhesion
Invention Summary: Microneedles are gaining attention because of the minimally invasive, pain-free, and easy-to-use nature. However, a major challenge for controlled long-term drug delivery or biosensing using microneedles is the low tissue adhesion. Rutgers researchers and collaborators have developed a method to fabricate microneedle array by a...
Published: 2/17/2020   |   Inventor(s): Howon Lee, Giuseppe Barillaro, Riddish Morde, Emanuele Vignali
Keywords(s): Drug Delivery
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Healthcare & Life Sciences, Technology Classifications > Medical Devices, Technology Classifications > Physical Sciences & Engineering