UC San Diego medical researchers have for the first time used 3D printing technology to create a spinal cord and implant it with neural stem cells into rats with spinal cord injuries Source: UCSD Scientists Demonstrate Use of 3D Printing with Stem Cells for Spinal Repair – Times […]
Antibacterial materials and filaments for 3D printing, something that many consider being a key development for biomedical 3D printing applications – are now widely available through a series of new materials introduced by Santhiago, Chile-based startup Copper3D. More than 40% of amputees suffer some type of skin complication […]
Dr. Anthony Atala grew a new bladder in a lab from a small section of Luke Massella’s bladder. Luke received the bladder as a transplant when he was 10 years old. The bladder has worked for 14 years without further surgery.
Sunconomy and Apis-Cor team up to build the first 3D printed houses in the USA. These two homes will be given to a disabled veteran and to a prison ministry Source: 3D printed affordable house | Sunconomy
A few weeks ago, in a 3D Printing group on Linkedin, I asked if anyone was aware of an inhabited 3D printed house. A couple of the responses I received alluded to housing as a bad match for 3D printing. One person went so far as to challenge […]