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Canadian 3D printing work looks at past, future

Written by Paul

August 20, 2018

TORONTO – Three-dimensional printers have already begun addressing present-day demands around the world by churning out everything from food to firearms, but Canada’s contributions seem geared toward different times.

Canadian researchers in medicine and paleontology are hard at work pioneering projects intended to either make life easier in the future or shed light on the past.

Innovations emerging from Canadian hospitals and university labs have potential to ease the pain of severe burns and joint replacements, while experiments scheduled to begin this year in a Canadian museum will deepen understanding of a poorly understood dinosaur that lived and moved in water.

 

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