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3D printing every fish species on earth

3D printing every fish species on earth

Global Biotechnology Insights
Jul 22, 2016
3D printing with bamboo fiber

3D printing with bamboo fiber

Researchers are using bamboo fiber in 3-D printing experiments to determine whether bio-based feedstock materials are feasible in additive manufacturing.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Jul 20, 2016
Boeing, Embraer unveil newest ecoDemonstrator aircraft

Boeing, Embraer unveil newest ecoDemonstrator aircraft

The program expands Boeing and Embraer's cooperation agreement and will test technologies to improve airplane environmental performance and accelerate their introduction into the marketplace.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Jul 13, 2016
Tissue-integrated biosensors for monitoring multiple body chemistries

Tissue-integrated biosensors for monitoring multiple body chemistries

Profusa, Inc has announced that it was awarded a $7.5 million dollar grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the U.S. Army Research Office to develop implantable biosensors for the simultaneous, continuous monitoring of multiple body chemistries.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Jul 13, 2016
PAM, the new-generation 3D printer

PAM, the new-generation 3D printer

After five years of Research & Development, Pollen AM announce the market launch of PAM, the new-generation 3D printer.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Jul 7, 2016
Centre for printing and coating expands research

Centre for printing and coating expands research

Photonic curing is a high-intensity pulsed light technology enabling conductive inks to be sintered or annealed in a matter of milliseconds. The sintering of the ink occurs with minimal or no damage to inexpensive and flexible substrates such as plastic, paper or cardboard.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Jul 6, 2016
Tough new hydrogel hybrid doesn't dry out

Tough new hydrogel hybrid doesn't dry out

Engineers have found a way to prevent hydrogels from dehydrating, with a technique that could lead to longer-lasting contact lenses, stretchy microfluidic devices, flexible bioelectronics, and even artificial skin.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Jul 4, 2016
3D printed silk 'micro-rockets' for biological environment

3D printed silk 'micro-rockets' for biological environment

By using an innovative 3D inkjet printing method, researchers have taken the biggest step yet in producing microscopic silk swimming devices that are biodegradable and harmless to a biological system.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Jul 1, 2016
A new bio-ink for 3D printing with stem cells

A new bio-ink for 3D printing with stem cells

Scientists have developed a new kind of bio-ink, which could eventually allow the production of complex tissues for surgical implants.
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