CELL-MET Technology Foundations

By CELL-MET ERC

NSF Engineering Research Center in Cellular Metamaterials, Boston University, Boston, MA

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The NSF Engineering Research Center in Cellular Metamaterials (CELL-MET) plans to accomplish four goals with the cellular metamaterials it intends to build: fabricate responsive heart tissue containing muscle cells and blood vessels; understand and control the tissue using optical technologies; scale the process up to easily create multiple copies of the tissue; and personalize the product, so it can be tailored to individual patients.

The ‘Technology Foundation’ videos provide insight on the current progress of each Thrust Area (Manomanufacturing, Nanomechanics, Imaging, and Cellular Engineering) as presented by graduate students representing Boston University, the University of Michigan, and Florida International University.

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  • CELL-MET ERC (2019), "CELL-MET Technology Foundations," http://nanohub.org/resources/29712.

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NSF Engineering Research Center in Cellular Metamaterials, Boston University, Boston, MA

In This Series

  1. CELL-MET Thrust Area 1 - Nanomanufacturing: Organic Vapor Jet Printing (OVJP)

    05 Feb 2019 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Clarence Chan, CELL-MET ERC

    The NSF Engineering Research Center in Cellular Metamaterials (CELL-MET) plans to accomplish four goals with the cellular metamaterials it intends to build: fabricate responsive heart tissue containing muscle cells and blood vessels; understand and control the tissue using optical technologies;...

  2. CELL-MET Thrust Area 1 - Nanomanufacturing: Atomic Calligraphy for Cellular Adhesion

    07 Feb 2019 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Josh Javor, CELL-MET ERC

    In this presentation, BU graduate student Josh Javor explains his work on Nanomanufacturing in David Bishop's lab.

  3. CELL-MET Thrust Area 2 - Nanomechanics: Scaffold Generation Using 3D Jet Writing

    07 Feb 2019 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Ayse Muniz, CELL-MET ERC

    In this presentation, UMich graduate student Ayșe Muñiz explains her work on Nanomechanics in Joerg Lahann's lab.

  4. CELL-MET Thrust Area 2 - Nanomechanics: Cell-Integrated Surface Plasmon Resonance

    08 Feb 2019 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Maedeh Mozneb, CELL-MET ERC

    In this presentation, FIU graduate student Maedeh Mozneb explains her work on Nanomechanics in Chen-Zhong Li’s lab.

  5. CELL-MET Thrust Area 2 - Nanomechanics: Direct Laser Writing and Dynamic Microstructures

    08 Feb 2019 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Rachael Jayne, CELL-MET ERC

    In this presentation, BU graduate student Rachael Jayne explains her work on Nanomechanics in Alice White’s lab...

  6. CELL-MET Thrust Area 4 - Optical Engineering: Micro-Electro-Mechanical based Deformable Mirrors

    08 Feb 2019 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): HUate Li, CELL-MET ERC

    In this presentation, BU graduate student Huate Li explains his work on Optical Engineering in Thomas Bifano’s lab..

  7. CELL-MET Thrust Area 4 - Optical Engineering: SERS-active Nanopipette Development for Intracellular Biochemical Sensing

    08 Feb 2019 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Jing Guo, CELL-MET ERC

    The NSF Engineering Research Center in Cellular Metamaterials (CELL-MET) plans to accomplish four goals with the cellular metamaterials it intends to build: fabricate responsive heart tissue containing muscle cells and blood vessels; understand and control the tissue using optical technologies;...

  8. CELL-MET Thrust Area 2: Nanomechanics: Mechanical Properties of Materials, Scaffolds and Cardiac Tissues

    04 Apr 2019 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Pranjal Nautiyal

    In this presentation, FIU graduate student Pranjal Nautiyal explains his work on Nanomechanics in Arvind Agarwal's Lab.