Today is a very special day for the 46-year-old Hu from Beijing, China. For, some ten months after a horrible accident that left him several disabled and unable to speak or write, he will undergo surgery to repair his skull and to start regeneration of his severely damaged brain tissue.
Completely re-thinking what the modern battery could look and behave like is Imprint Energy, a startup based out of Alameda, California. Since 2010, they have been developing and testing an ultra thin zinc-polymer battery which can be printed on flexible sheets.
Following Grafoid's ALCERECO acquisition (for $1.25 million CAD) a couple of months ago, the company has officially opened its Kingston, Ontario production facilities where high purity, high energy density graphene will be mass produced.
By Shane Taylor A new detailed 3D printing materials market report from Market Research Reports gives forecasts to 2025 for a range of additive manufacturing materials suppies: photopolymers,thermoplastics as filaments and pellets, thermoplastics...
Surgeons in China has performed the world's first vertebra replacement surgery using customized vertebra created with a 3D printer. 12-year-old Minghao cracked one vertebra in his neck following his fall from football play.