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3D Printed Nerve Guides Help with Regeneration After Injury

In a recent study with the title "3D Printed Anatomical Nerve Regeneration Pathways", published in the Advanced Functional Materials Journal, researchers collaborated to created...

Researchers at Fraunhofer ILT 3D Print Artificial Blood Vessels

A team of researchers led by the Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT has developed a new 3D printing process for the production of...

Researchers 3D Print Micro-Fish for Drug Delivery in Human Body

Researchers at the University of California in San Diego have 3D printed robotic fish on a nano scale, that could be injected into the...

Australian Researchers Develop 3D Printed Brain Tissue

Researchers at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES) at Wollongong University in Australia have 3D bioprinted structures incorporating neural cells, that...

Manchester University to Develop 3D Printed Graphene Batteries

Researchers at the Manchester Metropolitan University have launched a £ 500,000 funded project to develop a 3D printer capable of creating batteries, super capacitors...

Scientists Developed Improved Method for Creating 3D DNA Structures

Swedish and Finnish scientists have come up with a new method to create 3D structures using DNA strands. Called DNA origami, the method to create...

INNOprint 3D Prints Shelters in Just 30 Minutes

A team of French researchers at the University of Nantes has developed a 3D printer capable of creating emergency shelters within an extremely short...

BASF and Poietis Sign Agreement on 3D Bioprinted Skin Project

German chemical company BASF and French start up Poietis have signed a research and development agreement on 3D bioprinting technology for advanced skin care...

Researchers 3D Print Cellulose from Wood

Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have 3D printed an object made entirely by cellulose for the first time using a 3D bioprinter. As an...

3D Printed Parts Could Reduce Weight of Aircrafts by 7%

Researchers at McCormick Northwestern University have published a case study, concluding that 3D printed parts have the potential to reduce an airplane's weight by up...

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