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Researchers from Montreal develop 3D-printed “heart-on-a-chip” device

Researchers at the University Montreal have developed a "heart-on-a-chip" device that promises to improve the understanding of cardiovascular disease and help in the development...

Chameleons inspire new multicolor 3D printing technology

Inspired by the ability of chameleons to change color, researchers at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign have developed a sustainable technique to 3D print...

Aston University founds Design Factory Birmingham and focuses on 3D printing

Aston University has launched Design Factory Birmingham after the city joined a global network of design and engineering facilities. As one of only two sites...

University of Houston and Texas A&M University collaborate in the field of 3D printing

The University of Houston is working with Texas A&M University to develop better real-time monitoring and analysis of 3D printing. The aim is to...

New 3D printing process uses ice to create artificial blood vessels

New research shows that it is possible to use 3D ice printing to create structures that resemble blood vessels in the body. Feimo Yang,...

Artificial cartilage with the help of 3D printing

A new approach to producing artificial tissue has been developed at TU Wien: Cells are grown in microstructures created in a 3D printer. Is it...

Oxidation-free soldering and 3D printing: LZH researches oxygen-free production

Oxidation is a tiresome issue in metal processing. Production in an oxygen-free environment could provide a remedy. The LZH is researching how this concept...

MIT researchers develop ultra-robust composite materials using AI and 3D printing

Scientists at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have presented a new method for developing high-strength composite materials. By combining simulations,...

Bayreuth researchers present 3D printing technology for tissue regeneration

Prof. Dr. Leonid Ionov and his team at the University of Bayreuth have developed a new type of 3D printing technology that combines hydrogels...

Swedish researchers present sustainable 3D printing for architectural applications

For the first time, a hydrogel material made from nanocellulose and algae has been tested as an alternative, more environmentally friendly building material. The...

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