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The synergistic integration of nanomaterials with 3D printing can enable the creation of architecture and devices with an unprecedented level of functional integration. Such freeform fabrication capability could overcome the geometrical, mechanical and material dichotomies between conventional manufacturing technologies and a broad range of three-dimensional systems. Our research group focuses on the multiscale integration of nanomaterials in an extrusion-based 3D printing process, enabling the creation of unique functional bioelectronics that can address unmet clinical needs.