Paperchase has partnered up with the London-based 3D printing startup Batch.works to develop a collection of biodegradable stationery, including 3D printed ballpoint pens and pen pots.
Scientists have developed an easy and affordable way to print biological environments without losing their chemical complexities.
UK businesses can now apply for a share of £4.5 million funding for innovative projects in additive manufacturing.
The gumlab.uk team prints chewing gum, overcoming quite a few material related issues. Mellon smell with Strawberry taste in the shape of a heart, anyone?