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University of Florida characterized 3D bio-printed structural elements under cell generated...

Biofabrication researchers continually strive to improve 3D bio-printed constructs to resemble real tissues better. Unfortunately, there is a lack of fundamental principles that describe...

3D-printed wearable external magnet device allows real-time adjustment of nutrient absorption

A publication in the NPG Asia Materials journal introduced a study around a new biomedical engineering concept that allows the real-time adjustment of nutrient...

3D printed low-cost spectrophotometer

Researchers of RVP Didática, Lisbon, and the Bath Spa University demonstrated in their publication "low-cost (<€ 5), open-source, potential alternative to commercial spectrophotometers" how...

Researchers try to eliminate porosity in Metal 3D printing through thermocapillary...

Researchers of Missouri S&T explored imaging and modelling techniques to prevent porosity in metal laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) such as surface pores. In...

University of Notre Dame used 3D printed models to study congenital...

Current medical image technology is not sufficient to analyse congenital heart disease. A new approach to study this disease was now tested and published...

Pennsylvania State University launches a graduate program to address legal 3D...

The new course, AMD 597 Legal Issues in Additive Manufacturing, address legal issues arising in the industry starting this summer and integrates multiple disciplines,...

CERN plans to use induction copper 3D-printing system to create...

Swiss-based European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) announced plans to use the Germany-based GH induction process to improve the transport of high electrical currents...

Focused Electron Beam Induced Deposition (FEBID) uses a supersonic gas jet...

The Georgia Institute of Technology introduced the Focused Electron Beam Induced Deposition (FEBID) process which speeds-up the printing of 3D nanostructures.The FEBID system uses...

The University of Sheffield investigates resonant frequency measurements to predict the...

Highly regulated industries such as aerospace and nuclear power long for qualified additively manufactured parts. Therefore, a research team of the University of Sheffield...

Tel Aviv University prints personalized thick and perfusable cardiac patches

One challenge of cardiac tissue engineering is the production of thick vascularized tissues that fully match the patient. A new approach to 3D‐print thick,...

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