The potential of 3D printing

The potential of 3D printing

The potential of 3D printing: soft tissue organs, aesthetically pleasing prosthetics and made-to-order guitars AM manufactured prosthetic Professor Deigel made for a 3-year-old girl Professor Olaf Diegel, who recently joined the University of Auckland’s Faculty of...
Researchers able to 3D print living tissue

Researchers able to 3D print living tissue

A 3D-printed hydrogel model of a lung-mimicking air sac in which airways deliver oxygen to surrounding blood vessels is shown April 30 in the Rice University BRC lab in Houston. HOUSTON — More than 100,000 people in the U.S. are stuck on an organ transplant wait list,...
Bioengineers 3D print complex vascular networks

Bioengineers 3D print complex vascular networks

They’ll be essential to 3D-printed organs and replacement tissues. Bioengineers are one step closer to 3D printing organs and tissues. A team led by Rice University and the University of Washington have developed a tool to 3D print complex and “exquisitely entangled”...
Skip to toolbar