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  • The University of South Australia Has Pointed Out That 3D Printing Can Cure Neurological Diseases


    On May 7, 2024, Associate Professor Matthew Griffith, a materials engineer atthe University of South Australia (UniSA), has developed a bio-ink that, combined with 3D printing technology, offers new hope for the treatment of neurological diseases, thereby helping to treat a wide range of neurologica Read More
  • NASA Has Awarded $300,000 To Support A 3D Printed Space Sensor Project


    In May 2024, NASA awarded $300,000 to Florida State University (FSU) and Florida Agricultural Machinery University (FAMU) to support a project that uses 3D printing technology to develop cutting-edge sensors that can withstand the harsh, extreme conditions of space. These devices are critical to spa Read More
  • 3D Bioprinted Neural Tissue Scaffolds for Spinal Cord Injury Repair


    Neural stem cells (NSCs) transplantation can reconstruct some neural circuits and functions, which is a promising treatment for spinal cord injury (SCI). However, the survival rate of NSCs directly transplanted to the lesion site is low, and the differentiation is easy to get out of control. 3D biop Read More
  • Renault Develops Innovative 3D Printing Materials To Create Seats That Are 30% Lighter And 30% Thinner


    In April 2024, the 120-year-old car brand Renault (RNO) teamed up with the French Alternative Energy and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) to develop a new type of 3D printing material. The goal of the collaboration is to create components with adaptive mechanical behavior and enhanced performance, whi Read More
  • Polyelectrolyte Elastomer Ion Electronic Sensor with Multi-mode Sensing Capability Through Multi-material 3D Printing


    Authors: Caicong Li, Jianxiang Cheng, YunfengHe, Xiangnan He, Ziyi Xu, Qi Ge & Canhui YangSetting: Southern University of Science and TechnologyPublished in: Nature CommunicationsIn this paper, a series of multi-mode sensing ionized sensors based on polyelectrolyte elastomer were designed and fabric Read More
  • The World's First High-resolution Brain Model Developed by A 3D Printer


    The Vienna University of Technology and the Medical University of Vienna have jointly developed the world's first 3D printed "brain model." Using advanced two-photon polymerization (2PP) technology, these models are able to accurately reproduce the brain's microstructure, including nerve cell networ Read More
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