4D Printing to Make Barbs for Microneedle Arrays

Microneedle arrays are promising as a way to help heal wounds, administer drugs, and sense a variety of biomarkers of health and disease. Because of their tiny size and smooth surface, microneedles don’t stay put in the tissues they’re attached to and tend to fall off if not kept in place by some means.

Now, engineers at Rutger (Read more...)

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