The UK Government is to invest £154 million in aerospace research projects, including the 3D printing of plane parts. The investment is being announced today by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg at the Farnborough air show.
Rechovot, Israel based 3D printer manufacturer Stratasys, in collaboration with Novato, CA based Mining and technology development company American Graphite Technologies, will research and develop Graphene enhanced 3D printing materials for 3D printers.
The U.S. Army is investing in regenerative medicine and 3-D bioprinting, according to officials. Scientists are aiming to print skin cells on the patient using a 3D bio-printer to help injured soldiers recover from the wounds of war.
By Michael Molitch-Hou My dad used to tell me about the diabetic patients he would see that would suffer from something called neuropathy. At the time, I thought it was so eery that people could lose all feeling in their extremities and not notice...
A team from Harvard is working with special nanoparticle inks that could make 3D printing batteries and other components a reality. This might be the push 3D printing needs to kick off that manufacturing revolution we've been hearing so much about.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) researchers have developed a new and more efficient approach to determine the right parameters in selective laser melting (SLM), an additive manufacturing process to print 3-D high-density metal parts.
By Davide Sher Last February Utrecht University (UU) announced it would invest €775.000 to create a facility to study possible applications and development of bioprinting technologies, in particular to analyze the possible relationships and...
Scientists have long been experimenting with the 3D printing of cells, but Bhatia's team has moved a step closer to creating a synthetic liver. The tiny human livers created at Bhatia's lab contain approximately one million cells and resemble contact lenses in appearance.
An EU-funded project, A-FOOTPRINT has developed a way to quickly make customised corrective foot and ankle supports using 3D printers. 200 million Europeans suffer from disabling foot and ankle conditions.
Fin mars, nous vous parlions d'une première mondiale réalisée à l'hôpital d'Utrecht aux Pays-Bas, où une équipe de chirurgien avait implanté sur une patiente une boîte crânienne créée par impression 3D. Fabriquée à base d'un plastique bio-compatible, la prothèse translucide avait été mise au point par une société australienne aux mesures de la patiente grâce à un scan de ...