3d printing

Breakthrough cheap catalyst can make hydrogen fuel for hours on end

This week in future tech, attempts to make large-scale hydrogen gas production affordable have resulted in a new, cheap catalyst. Before hydrogen vehicles can take to the road en masse, a readily available and affordable source of locally produced hydrogen gas is needed. Now, researchers from the US Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory …

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Coffee Makes 3D Printing Better

While we know some 3D printer operators who need coffee, Washington State University is showing an improved PLA material that incorporates used coffee waste. Regular PLA is not known for being especially strong, though It isn’t uncommon for vendors to add things to their PLA to change its characteristics. The new material containing about 20% …

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U.S. Scientists 3D Print Miniature Human Heart

Biolife4D successfully 3D bioprinted a miniature human heart (via Biolife4D) Scientists have successfully 3D printed a miniature human heart. Chicago-based biotech firm Biolife4D recently took a significant step toward its goal of producing a full-sized human heart viable for transplant. The mini milestone, led by Chief Science Officer Ravi Birla, boasts the structure of a …

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Biotech Company 3D-Prints a Miniature Human Heart From Stem Cells

It’s not science fiction anymore: 3D-printing a human heart is now a reality. A company called Biolife4D has developed the technology to print human cardiac tissue by collecting blood cells from a patient and converting these cells to a type of stem cell called Induced Pluripotent Stem (iPS) cells. The technology could eventually be used …

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Researchers Develop Ultra-Rapid 3D Bioprinter That Can Print Living Tissue in Seconds – TechEBlog

Photo credit: Alain Herzog | 2019 EPFLThese days, 3D printers are dime a dozen, but for truly world-changing applications, researchers at the Laboratory of Applied Photonics Devices (LAPD) in EPFL’s School of Engineering, working with colleagues from Utrecht University, have developed an ultra-rapid 3D bioprinter that can print living tissue in mere seconds. The technique …

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Silicone 3D printing startup Spectroplast spins out of ETHZ with $1.5M – TechCrunch

3D printing has become commonplace in the hardware industry, but because few materials can be used for it easily, the process rarely results in final products. A Swiss startup called Spectroplast hopes to change that with a technique for printing using silicone, opening up all kinds of applications in medicine, robotics and beyond. Silicone is …

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3D Printing Breakthrough

2019 is looking to be a big year for new, disruptive technology. The business sectors that will be most dramatically affected will be healthcare, manufacturing, construction, transportation, aerospace, and life sciences. One industry that is always growing and shows no signs of slowing is 3D printing. It is going to continue to be hugely disruptive …

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