How to use 3D printing to cure deafness?

How to use 3D printing to cure deafness?

We see it more and more often, 3D printing allows new incredible innovations in the medical sector. Additive manufacturing is an outstanding technique to go through new challenges, reach new goals, and when it comes to medical applications, 3D printing can help to...
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...
3D-printed brains reveal Alzheimer’s secrets

3D-printed brains reveal Alzheimer’s secrets

The University of the West of England (UWE Bristol)’s Health Tech Hub has printed three 3D brain models that show the effects of dementia on the organ. Printed for Bristol based dementia charity BRACE, the models each have a section missing, which offers views...
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