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3D printed drugs could be a godsend for those on multiple pills a day – and potentially life-saving

As the population ages and rates of chronic disease rise, an increasing number of people are taking multiple pills for several conditions, often at different times throughout the day.  . Taking the right pill at the right time can be a hassle and potentially dangerous...

Material Extrusion 3D Printing: The Effects of Slicing & Porosity

Prashanth Ravi brings additional data to light in a recently published study, ‘ Understanding the relationship between slicing and measured fill density in material extrusion 3D printing towards precision porosity constructs for biomedical and pharmaceutical...

Lithoz Ready to “Pull the Trigger” on New 3D-Printed Drug & Vaccine Purification Method

3D printing may potentially have an impact on the way that pharmaceuticals and vaccines are produced, including those for fighting the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19.  . The E.U.’s NESSIE project is a transnational European initiative that brings together five...

FabRx launches the M3DIMAKER for personalized medicine 3D printing

FabR , a specialist in pharmaceutical 3D printing, has launched its M3DIMAKER 3D printer for the manufacture of personalized drug delivery devices.  . The University College London (UCL) spin-out first introduced the M3DIMAKER system at ILMAC Exhibition in Switzerland...

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