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Aether and UCL Researchers Democratizing 3D Printed Nanotech at 2% of Competitor Cost

Aether and UCL Researchers Democratizing 3D Printed Nanotech at 2% of Competitor Cost

Written by David

January 23, 2019

(Photo: Business Wire) SAN FRANCISCO–( BUSINESS WIRE )–Aether, the pioneer of AI enhanced 3D bioprinting, has announced a collaboration with researchers from University College London (“UCL”) and Loughborough University to develop a powerful new approach to 3D printing nanotechnology. “We don’t agree with holding a life-saving technology hostage so a few executives and investors can get rich, so we’re fighting to democratize it.” The collaboration will focus on development of an ink containing nanoparticles which can act as a nanosurgical tool, a delivery system for pharmaceuticals and bioactives, or a mechanical and structural support system. The ink can be used as a platform technology for the 3D printing of biomaterials and scaffolds, which may be designed toward the user’s system of choice. Nanoparticles developed for this ink respond to specified wavelengths, which allow for targeted release of the carrier agent and/or degradation of the surroundings (including biomaterial surroundings), enabling […]

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