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RMIT University scientists have developed a 3D-printed titanium structure with high strength

A 3D-printed 'metamaterial' developed by RMIT University researchers, which has a strength-to-weight ratio not commonly found in nature or manufacturing, could transform the manufacture...

Researchers at Texas A&M University develop inks for designing 3D-printable flexible bioelectronics

Flexible electronics have enabled the design of sensors, actuators, microfluidics and electronics on flexible, conformal and/or stretchable sublayers for wearable, implantable or ingestible applications....

Ad-Proc-Add: Institute for Production Engineering and Photonic Technologies at TU Wien optimizes process parameters for powder bed printing processes

As part of the Ad-Proc-Add project accompanied by ecoplus Mechatronics-Cluster, the Institute for Production Engineering and Photonic Technologies at TU Wien investigated optimal process...

Organovo and L’Oreal Enter into Research Collaboration

3D bioprinting company Organovo entered into a research collaboration agreement with L'Oreal USA to develop skin tissue models using Organovo's NovoGen Bioprinter. While L'Oreal will...

3D Bioprinter Creates Human Ear, Bone and Muscle Tissues

A team of scientists from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has developed a 3D bioprinter to produce human-scale tissue constructs such as cartilage, bones...

Laser-manufactured 3D microstructures for complex photonic components

Two institutes from the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft and one from the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft launched the joint project “LAR3S” on March 1, 2022. In this project, they are...

Study shows 3D printing of PQD polymer architectures at room temperature

Korean researchers have developed a technology that enables the production of complicated three-dimensional structures based on quantum dots (QD) at room temperature. Quantum dots are...

Scientists at the University of Bath find a way to make plastics more degradable using UV light

Many plastics that are labelled as biodegradable are only compostable under industrial conditions, but scientists at the University of Bath now found a way...

Student develops 3D printing method with lunar dust

NASA is working to build a research base on the moon to send the first astronauts to Mars. Brandon Aguiar, a student from Florida,...

3D bio-printer to print human meniscus on ISS

The knee is not only one of the largest and most complex joints in the body - it is also very susceptible to injury....

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