Electrospinning is a versatile top-down technique utilizes high-voltage electric fields to generate continuous nanofibers from virtually any polymers, composites or supramolecules, which entangle in the similar fashion as polymers. This approach becomes particularly powerful when remarkable features such as very large surface area to volume ratio are combined with unique chemical, physical, and biological functionalization with ease and control. The resemblance of ECM fibrillar structures led us to explore novel regenerative medicines that not only provide biomimetic nanostructures for homing cells but also sufficient approachable biological cues, which may synergistically promote regeneration.
Electrospinning lab consists of 5 electrospinners and 1 melt-electrospinner (3D printer)
Cell lab consists of optical and fluorescence microscopes and cell culture facilities