3D PRINTING & DESIGN NEWS _ 20/10/2020

Print “invisible” fibers capable of detecting respiration, sound and biological cells

Investigation & design

Print “invisible” fibers capable of detecting respiration, sound and biological cells


3D printing of small transparent conductive fibers could be used for multiple studies for health monitoring, Internet of things, and biosensor applications. ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: New advances BRAND: University of Cambridge
3D printed corals could improve bioenergy

Health & medicine

3D printed corals could improve bioenergy


Researchers have designed bionic 3D-printed corals that could help energy production and coral reef research. ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Bioprinting BRAND: University of Cambridge





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