Bioinspired Advanced Manufacturing (BAM) Laboratory

The Bioinspired Advanced Manufacturing (BAM) Laboratory pioneers micro/nanoscale additive manufacturing or “3D printing” strategies that advance the life sciences and biomedical applications, and ultimately, benefit human health and well-being.  These efforts primarily rely on two alternative types of 3D printing technologies: (i) “Direct Laser Writing”—a two-photon/multi-photon polymerization-based 3D manufacturing technique with feature resolutions in the 100 nanometer range; and (ii) “PolyJet 3D Printing”—a multi-material inkjet-based approach with feature resolutions in the 100 micron range. 

Ryan D. Sochol

Associate Professor
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