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  • Australia Opening Biofabrication Institute for 3D-Printed Implants

    Australia’s Herston Health Precinct is opening a new biofabrication institute on its premises. The institute, which will occupy two floors at the Herston Health Precinct, will be dedicated to imaging, modeling, and manufacturing 3D printed patient-specific tissues. The new 3D bioprinting lab will… read more
  • 3D-Printed Customised Tablets That Release Drugs At Different Rates

    For a long time, customised tablets has been a mere concept as it was far too complex or expensive to be realised. The tablet by the NUS team consists of a polymer containing the drug in a specially designed shape that can be adjusted to allow drug release at different rates.
  • Quadbot: engaging students with 3D printing and robotics

    The easiest way to learn about robotics is to physically engage with robots. While theory is important, like anything the best way to really learn about something is to put it into practice.
    At least that is the theory for Engimake, the team behind the Quadbot, who believe their robot is the… read more
  • EIT, 3D-Printed Spinal Implants Company, Receives Investment from SHS Investment Firm

    Investment firm SHS Gesellschaft für Beteiligungsmanagement mbH, has announced it is investing in German manufacturer of 3D printed spinal implants, EIT Emerging Implant Technologies GmbH. The total amount has not been disclosed. EIT’s implants mimic the structure and stiffness of natural bone… read more
  • Road Map For Precision Engineering Industry Targets 3,000 More Jobs For PMETs In New Growth Areas

    3,000 jobs for professionals, executive, managers and technicians (PMETs) in the precision engineering sector is expected to come online by 2020 as part of the industry transformation map for precision engineering, Trade and Industry (Industry) Minister S Iswaran announced on Wednesday (Oct 12). a… read more
  • 3D Printing Could Help to Reduce Global Oil Consumption

    3D printers and electric vehicles can help to reduce oil consumption - to a greater degree than has been predicted by the International Energy Agency (IEA), according to Thina Margrethe Saltvedt, a Norwegian analyst for Swedish financial services group Nordea. According to Saltvedt, 3D printing… read more