BioExplorers is a biomaterials-focused L&D team funded by The MILL. Our overarching goal is to develop easily reproducible biomaterials with the use of low-cost materials for potential human-centered applications down the road. Some of our past works include the development of a meniscus implant (knee cartilage) out of silk fibroin and sodium alginate, which was able to hold up to the weight of a small truck. During the Fall 2022 semester, we plan on working on the development of an artificial lung made out of cheap materials. If you are interested in having a jumpstart in research about biomaterials or biotechnology in general, BioExplorers is the project for you. Follow us on Instagram @gtbioexplorers to keep up with our latest enterprises!