Stories about progress in medicine through 3d printing
Researchers at UBC Okanagan’s school of engineering are developing 3D printed water quality sensors to ensure what we're drinking is safe.
Disaster Hack is a non-profit startup which is 3D printing and delivering prosthetics to people who need them in Kathmandu, Nepal.
An associate professor at the University of Colorado Boulder is developing a robot to make colonoscopies more comfortable for patients.
German company Nanoscribe is a world leader in "nanofabrication", offering applications for medicine thanks to minuscule printing properties.
Mice whose ovaries were removed and replaced with 3D printed ovaries have been able to have offspring naturally, scientists have revealed.
Complex 3D printed silicone structures for medical implants are a step closer, thanks to a pioneering new support technique for 3D printing.
Cancer patients at Banner Health's NCMC Oncology Department will receive 3D printed precise molds, called bolus, for radiation treatment.
Minnesota university researchers have tested a 3D printed biopatch on mice which can heal scarred tissue after a heart attack.
The Duke Lemur Center is using 3D scanning and micro-computed tomography to preserve lemurs and soon anyone will have access to the files.
All3DP talks to Dr. André Kemmling, a neuroradiologist who is using a Form 2 SLA 3D printer to produce patient-specific brain artery models.
Sinterex is using 3D printing to quickly produce dental implant bridges, but the UAE is also pushing for more 3D printed change in dentistry.
Blind parents were given the chance to feel their baby's ultrasound with the help of 3D printed models created using the Voluson E10.
3D printed models which helped saved four-year-old Lucy Boucher's life will be on display in the Science Museum in London from 2019.
Andiamo is a health tech company creating 3D printed braces, set up by parents honoring their son who died from cerebral palsy complications.
A study is to be conducted examining the impact of 3D printing models of patient's hearts for pre-op pediatric heart surgery planning.
India's first successful implantation of an artificial 3D printed vertebrae at a Gurgaon hospital allowed a 32-year-old woman to walk again.
Researchers at the University of Utah used 3D printing to prototype "Smart Glasses" with liquid lenses that adjust to the wearer's sight.