Through several lectures and hands-on exercises, you will learn how to properly operate the printer and print complex objects using Pluronic F127 (in air), as well as ECM hydrogels (with FRESH printing). These ECM hydrogels were developed at the Center for Biomedical Research, Medical University of Vienna. Included in the price of the course is the 3D Pattenator.v4 you built; in addition, you will receive a sample of the ECM hydrogel, allowing you to continue printing immediately when you return to your lab.
Applications will be accepted until October 30th. Space is limited to 6 teams maximum. Selected teams will be notified by November 4th. Payment is due upon acceptance. The course will only be held if a minimum of 4 teams are enrolled.