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University of Utah Team Wins Competition for 3D Printed Heat Sink Design

The University of Utah student team has emerged victorious from the 2023 IEEE/EPS ASME K-16 Student Heat Sink Design Challenge. The competition calls for the...

Jellagen and Copner Biotech present new 3D bioprinting system

Jellagen Ltd announced the successful completion of their innovative, collaborative SMART Cymru project, led by Copner Biotech, focused on developing new tissue engineering technologies...

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...

3D bioprinting: researchers create artificial nerve networks

Scientists at Monash University in Australia have successfully produced three-dimensional nerve networks using 3D bioprinting. To do so, they used special bio-inks with living...

Singapore Workforce Development Agency Deepens Skills For 400 Singaporeans

Around 400 Singaporeans can be happy to get some extra education in Advanced Manufacturing. The Singapore Workforce Development Agency targets a series of customised master...

NASA awards grants for 3D printing and quantum technology for climate research

New technologies are key to helping NASA advance its long-term exploration goals for the benefit of all. To support these efforts, the agency announced...

EPFL engineers 3D-print in opaque resin

A team of EPFL engineers has developed a 3D-printing method that uses light to make objects out of opaque resin in a matter of...

n3D Biosciences Helps Researchers Create In Vitro Breast Cancer Model

A team of scientists at the Texas Medical Center has made a breakthrough in breast cancer research by using Nano3D's Bioprinting technology.  Using the Bio-Assembler...

NIH Diversity Grant to fund 3D Bioprinting Research

Angie Castro, a doctoral student in the chemical engineering program at Penn State, works in the Bio-Soft Materials Laboratory (B-SMaL), where she focuses on...

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)...

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