Bioinspired Engineering



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Recent Highlights

March 17, 2023 - March 19, 2023
Annual Conference for Society of Chinese Mechanical Engineering Biomanufacturing Division and International Symposium on Bio-Manufacturing
Macroscopic Biofabrication and Microscopic Cell Movement
Prof. Qi Gu, Invited Section Speaker
November 23, 2022

Congratulations on Prof. Gu selection for the Outstanding Young Investigator Award by the Chinese Society of Stem Cell Research (CSSCR) to recognize his excellent work in stem cell based biofabrication and bioinspired engineering.

July 17,  2022

Glad to share our recent work on extraembryonic cell migration control via bioinspired constructs and this is the first time to extend embryo culture to E8.5. Many thanks to our collaborators Prof. Shutao Wang and Prof. Hongmei Wang as well as postdocs and students including Zili Gao, Kai Li, and Shen Ji.

Glad to share our latest publication in Adv Mater @AdvSciNews on lacuna-inspired #microcarriers for #cartilage regeneration! Big thanks to Dr. Zhang for medical expertise. Excited for the next step of #bioprinting.

Happy Chinese New Year of the Rabbit to ALL FRIENDS. 🎇🎇🎇Wish You A New Year Filled With Peace, Love, Joy & Happiness.

Thank you, Chinese Society of Stem Cell Research (CSSCR) for giving me the Outstanding Young Investigator Award. Delighted to be recognized for my work on stem cell printing and bioinspired engineering.🧐

Abstract submissions now open for ASBTE2023 🤓 Looking forward to this conference in Christchurch next year! @DrAnnaW_lab @JelenaRnjak @Tim_WoodfieldNZ @ASBTE1 @Khoonono @Vipul_syd @DomiganLaura

Glad to share our recent work online in Adv Sci, which took almost 5 years. Bioinspired structures control extraembryonic cell migration and firstly extend embryo culture to E8.5. Thank Adv Sci for the fast and efficient peer review process. @AdvSciNews

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Challenge The Impossible

GU LAB seeks to develop novel biomaterials and advanced technologies including 3D/4D bioprinting to regulate cell fate spatiotemporally, fabricate 3D organs  functionally, and create therapeutic methods meaningfully according to the mechanism of developmental biology and in turn deepen the understanding of what is life.