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n3D Develops New Assay for Vasoactivity Testing Using 3D Bioprinted Cells

Nano3D Biosciences (n3D) has collaborated with LC Sciences and AstraZeneca to develop a novel assay for vasoactivity testing using its 3D cell culture platform...

US researchers develop technology for defect detection in metal 3D printing

3D printing has significant potential to boost manufacturing, but defects in additively manufactured parts prevent widespread adoption. Johns Hopkins APL experts are addressing this...

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

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

MIT researchers present new high-speed metal 3D printing process

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a new 3D printing method for metals. In liquid metal printing (LMP), liquid aluminum...

3D Printing meets Sustainability: Biodegradable Sensors and Displays

Empa researchers have developed a cellulose-based material that enables 3D printing of biodegradable sensors and displays. The mixture of hydroxypropyl cellulose water carbon nanotubes...

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...

Researchers at MIT find technique to grow wood-like plant material in a lab

In an effort to provide an environmentally friendly and low-waste alternative, researchers at MIT have pioneered a tunable technique to generate wood-like plant material...

3D printed glass-like sculpture made from sugar

It’s very difficult to 3D print glass because glass has such a high melting point and it is a very hard material. Because he...

Korea Maritime and Ocean University Scholars find a way to minimize defects in functionally graded materials

Functionally graded materials (FGMs) are high-performance materials with expected applications in aerospace, automobiles, defense, and medicine. These materials are usually employed in conditions of...

Irish researchers develop 3D Printed Bandage

Researchers at Queen's University Belfast have developed a new 3D-printed dressing, called a scaffold, that is an innovative treatment for healing diabetic foot ulcers...

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