Thus far, the project has resulted in two papers with the fellow as corresponding author. In the first, we have established a hybrid strategy for micro-fabrication, based on 3D printing elastomers commonly used in soft lithography onto micro-structured molds. This technology significantly eases the fabrication of complex organs-on-chips systems, and is applicable for a range of tissue model. We published the method in Advanced Science 2020. In the second paper, presented in 2020 in Scientific Reports, we reported that muscular tissues spontaneously organize into highly aligned and organized tissues, when cultured on sufficiently soft substrates, a principle that can be applied as a simple and straightforward method for generating physiologically relevant tissue models of skeletal and cardiac muscle. In papers currently under preparation, we combine these techniques for all-3D printed instrumented tissue models. Also a patent has been filed on the core technology. In addition, the overall objective of furthering the career of the Fellow has been fulfilled. During the project, the fellow received critical training in teaching and supervision at the University level. He was also mentored on establishing an independent research group, which is now thriving.