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China wants to dominate in 3D printing machines and materials

China wants to dominate in 3D printing machines and materials

Global Biotechnology Insights
Sep 24, 2015
New frontiers in 3D printing

New frontiers in 3D printing

Three dimensional printing is revolutionizing the production of new devices and structures, including soft robots, flexible electronics and engineered tissue replacements, but advances have been challenged by the inherent complexity of integrating multiple materials.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Sep 23, 2015
New spectroscopy method To capture reactions in photosynthesis

New spectroscopy method To capture reactions in photosynthesis

A new spectroscopy method is bringing researchers closer to understanding - and artificially replicating - the solar water-splitting reaction at the heart of photosynthetic energy production.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Sep 21, 2015
Perovskite photovoltaics excitement

Perovskite photovoltaics excitement

Perovoskite photovoltaics promises over 20% efficiency, low cost materials and even flexible, transparent and stretchable versions dearly needed for new applications. Record power to weight ratio is needed for the electric vehicle end game, the land vehicles, boats and aircraft described in the IDTechEx report, Energy Independent Vehicles 2016-2026.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Sep 11, 2015
Silk bio-ink could help advance tissue engineering with 3-D printers

Silk bio-ink could help advance tissue engineering with 3-D printers

Finding an ideal bio-ink for 3-d printing has stalled progress toward printing more complex tissues with versatile functions — tissues that can be loaded with pharmaceuticals, for example.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Sep 8, 2015
DNA-guided 3-D printing of human tissue is unveiled

DNA-guided 3-D printing of human tissue is unveiled

Development of a technique to 3-D print tiny models of human tissues, called organoids, more precisely than ever before using a process that turns human cells into a biological equivalent of LEGO bricks.
External Company Press Release
CPI to print low cost energy harvesting device

CPI to print low cost energy harvesting device

The Centre for Process Innovation has announced a new project to develop a novel printed energy harvesting device that is powered by near-field communication.
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