A. James Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland

Collaborative Projects

The Collaborative Projects drive forward technologies developed within CECT and provide new strategies that can be utilized by the Center. These projects interact extensively with their respective TR&Ds to develop novel tools and techniques that can be potentially  implemented within the biomedical field for tangible outcomes. 

More importantly, Collaborative Projects, in contrast to the Service Projects, will investigate the underlying science involved in 3D printed biomaterials and biofabrication as it relates to regenerative medicine and medical devices. 

Overview of Collaborative projects

CPs collaborate directly with 1 or more TR&Ds. The scope of the research question and technology being developed is determined by their compatibility and research interests and involves technology exchange between all participating institutions. Student exchange between the institutes is also encouraged.

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