Two researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem claim to have developed food printing technology capable of printing entire meals from nano-cellulose, a naturally occurring fiber that contains no calories.
Tessa's Weekly Picks - 3D Printed Titanium Medical Implants
An old woman is the first in the world to receive a full titanium lower jaw implant. Amazingly, the combined effort by researchers and engineers from Belgium and the Netherlands is said to have allowed the patient unrestricted mandibula
(3DPrint.com) A few highlights from a productive year in the medical 3D printing world are presented in this end-of-year review. The new 3D printed medical developments that arose over the past year that are described in more detail in the complete article are: 1. 3D-printed vaccines 2. 3D-printed silicon heart 3 3D Printed Lenses to... View Article