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Personalized cartilage replacement to combat knee pain

Knee osteoarthritis is a widespread disease. Cartilage damage to the knee joint limits us both in sports and everyday life. Treatment with artificial cartilage...

Researchers develop compact and flexible fiber design to ensure efficient focusing and razor-sharp images

An interdisciplinary team of researchers from Korea, Australia, Great Britain, and Germany – with participation of Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology (Leibniz IPHT)...

FarmBot: 3D Printed Garden Robot

Entrepreneur and developer Rory Aronson and his team are working on the first open source CNC garden robot. The machine uses 3D printed parts...

ASTM and ISO publish new Standard Terminology for Additive Manufacturing Technologies – ISO/ASTM 52900:2015

Since 2010 there has been a standard for the terminology of additive manufacturing. In December ASTM International has withdrawn the standard ASTM F2792 and published together with...

3D Builder: Robotic Arm and 3D Printer Combined

For bigger objects it’s quit useful to combine a robotic arm with a 3D printer head. And exactly this combination is printing objects in...

Scientists Made A Database Of 3D Models From Fish Skeletons

Adam Summers wants to make a database of skeletons from all fish - a huge challenge. Summers is a professor of comparative biomechanics at the...

Neural Rendering: NeROIC creates 3D models from photos

Researchers at the University of Southern California have unveiled a method for 3D printing objects from online image databases. The method, called NeROIC (Neural...

New high-speed microscale 3D printing technique

Researchers at Stanford University have developed a new process for 3D printing microscopically small particles. The so-called r2rCLIP technology (roll-to-roll continuous liquid interface production)...

When will the first organ come out of the printer? In-Vision interviews Dr. Y. Shrike Zhang

Bioprinting pioneer Dr. Y. Shrike Zhang from Harvard University gives a clear statement about this myth in an interview conducted by in-vision. From the early...

Russian Scientists To 3D Print First Organ by 2015 – Update

Researchers from the Russian laboratory 3D Bioprinting Solutions revealed plans to be able to 3D print living organs by March 2015.  November 10, 2014: The...

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