Nano3D Biosciences Inc., a small business funded by the National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research program, uses a magnetic 3-D bioprinting technology to reimagine cell culture models and tissue engineering. Hubert Tseng, senior scientist at Nano3D, explains the technology and its potentially transformative applications in this video.

 10/29/13 - Have iPod, will test for drug toxicity Rice University students help Houston-based startup create drug toxicity app

 10/29/13 - Have iPod, will test for drug toxicity

Rice University students help Houston-based startup create drug toxicity app

 1/24/13 - Maglev tissues could speed toxicity tests In a development that could lead to faster and more effective toxicity tests for airborne chemicals, scientists from Rice University and the Rice spinoff company Nano3D Biosciences have used magnetic levitation to grow some of the most realistic lung tissue ever produced in a laboratory.

 1/24/13 - Maglev tissues could speed toxicity tests

In a development that could lead to faster and more effective toxicity tests for airborne chemicals, scientists from Rice University and the Rice spinoff company Nano3D Biosciences have used magnetic levitation to grow some of the most realistic lung tissue ever produced in a laboratory.

5/11 - 2011 IBB Mary F. D. Morse Graduate Fellows Announced IBB congratulates Kellie McConnell, Chelsey McKenna, Troy Ruths, Jennifer Saik, Ryan Schweller, and Hubert Tseng as the 2011 IBB Mary F.D. Morse Graduate Fellows

5/11 - 2011 IBB Mary F. D. Morse Graduate Fellows Announced

IBB congratulates Kellie McConnell, Chelsey McKenna, Troy Ruths, Jennifer Saik, Ryan Schweller, and Hubert Tseng as the 2011 IBB Mary F.D. Morse Graduate Fellows

 5/11/11 - University Cup Winners A team from Rice’s Graduate Student Association won the University Cup at the 11th annual Dragon Boat Festival May 7 on Buffalo Bayou. They placed 12th out of 30 teams and beat the University of Houston-Downtown and the University of St. Thomas for the University Cup.

 5/11/11 - University Cup Winners

A team from Rice’s Graduate Student Association won the University Cup at the 11th annual Dragon Boat Festival May 7 on Buffalo Bayou. They placed 12th out of 30 teams and beat the University of Houston-Downtown and the University of St. Thomas for the University Cup.

 9/23/10 - Two Rice bioengineering grad students win American Heart Association fellowships  Rice University bioengineering graduate students Dan Gould and Hubert Tseng are the recipients of competitive predoctoral fellowships from the American Heart Association’s South Central Affiliate.

 9/23/10 - Two Rice bioengineering grad students win American Heart Association fellowships 

Rice University bioengineering graduate students Dan Gould and Hubert Tseng are the recipients of competitive predoctoral fellowships from the American Heart Association’s South Central Affiliate.