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Engineering 3D mesostructures with mechanically active materials
Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) have expansive applications in biotechnology and advanced engineering with growing interest in materials science and engineering due to their potential in emerging systems.
3D bioPen: A hydrogel injection to regenerate cartilage
Highly specialized cartilage is characteristically avascular and non-neural in composition with low cell numbers in an aliphatic environment.
Chemists find better way to manipulate 3D structure of molecules
Scientists have developed a more efficient and effective way to manipulate the 3D structure of molecules, a breakthrough that could improve the process of discovering and designing new drugs.
Advanced biomaterials with silk fibroin-bioactive glass to engineer 3D bone grafts
The complex architecture of bone is challenging to recreate in the lab. Therefore, advances in bone tissue engineering (BTE) aim to build patient-specific grafts that assist bone repair and trigger specific cell-signaling pathways.
SCRIM: An innovative method for 3D concrete printing
Researchers at the Center for Information Technology and Architecture (CITA) of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and at the Danish Technological Institute have developed a new hybrid construction concept called ‘Sparse Concrete Reinforcement In Meshworks’ (SCRIM).
Scientists create world’s first 3D printed bionic eye
Researchers have 3D printed the first prototype of a bionic eye which could one day be surgically implanted into people,
Researchers develop novel process to 3D print one of the strongest materials on Earth
Researchers from Virginia Tech and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have developed a novel way to 3D print complex objects of one of the highest-performing materials used in the battery and aerospace industries.
First 3D-printed human corneas
The first human corneas have been 3D printed by scientists at Newcastle University, the UK.
3D-printed living bacteria
There will soon be nothing that cannot be produced with 3D printing. However, the materials used for this process are still dead matter such as plastics or metals.
3D scans of fossils suggest new fish family tree
When it comes to some oddball fish, looks can be deceiving.
3D printed fish fossil may reveal origin of human teeth
Three-dimensional prints of a 400 million year old fish fossil from around Lake Burrinjuck in southeast Australia reveal the possible evolutionary origins of human teeth, according to new research by the Australian National University (ANU) and Queensland Museum.
Biologists seek help to see itty-bitty molecules in 3D
Microscopy Masters asks one thing of citizen scientists: Find proteins in electron microscope images.
New method to create 3D nanoparticles from DNA
Scientists have developed an algorithm that uses DNA strands to automatically build 3D nanoparticles, which may be used in a range of applications such as vaccines, gene editing tools and memory storage.
3D printing confirms physical model of brain folds
The distinctive troughs and crests of the human brain are not present in most animals; highly folded brains are seen only in a handful of species, including some primates, dolphins, elephants and pigs. In humans, folding begins in fetal brains around the 20th week of gestation and is completed only when the child is about a year and a half.
3D printing process brings art to blind people
3D printing process for works of fine art was created by John Olson to make it palpable for blind people.

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