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Desarrollan oreja artificial mediante impresión 3D y células de cartílago

Desarrollan oreja artificial mediante impresión 3D y células de cartílago | Impresión 3D | Scoop.it
La Universidad Cornell ha dado a conocer un trabajo de investigación en el que han desarrollado una oreja artificial apoyándose en la impresión 3D y en el uso de células de cartílago natural.

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On the Fast Track to Routine 3D Printing

On the Fast Track to Routine 3D Printing | Impresión 3D | Scoop.it
Printing in 3-D shows more promise than other technologies that President Obama has supported in the past, but the question is whether the United States can get a foothold in manufacturing one 3-D printer at a time.

Via Kalani Kirk Hausman
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OsteoFab™ Patient Specific Cranial Device Receives 510(k) Approval

OsteoFab™ Patient Specific Cranial Device Receives 510(k) Approval | Impresión 3D | Scoop.it
OsteoFab™ Implants Ready for US Market and Beyond

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Lee Cronin: Print your own medicine | Video on TED.com

Organic chemists make molecules,very complicated molecules, by chopping up a big molecule into small molecules and reverse engineering. And as a chemist, one of the things I wanted to ask my research group a couple of years ago is, could we make a really cool universal chemistry set? In essence, could we "app" chemistry?

 

Chemist Lee Cronin is working on a 3D printer that, instead of objects, is able to print molecules. An exciting potential long-term application: printing your own medicine using chemical inks.


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We know when we’re being lazy thinkers

We know when we’re being lazy thinkers | Impresión 3D | Scoop.it
Are we intellectually lazy? Yes we are, but we do know when we take the easy way out, according to a new study by Wim De Neys and colleagues, from the CNRS in France.

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9 Ways 3D Printing Will Disrupt the Future

9 Ways 3D Printing Will Disrupt the Future | Impresión 3D | Scoop.it
Here are nine ways that I see the new technology of 3D printing will disrupt the future.
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