NUS opens $18m centre for 3D printing

Tissue regeneration, implants and drug formulations enabled by 3D printing – these are some areas that an $18 million 3D-printing centre launched on 21 July will explore. The National University of Singapore Centre for Additive Manufacturing (AM.NUS), whose laboratories are based at the NUS Kent Ridge campus, will develop and apply 3D-printing technology in the biomedical and healthcare fields. Source: The Straits Times To find out more, click