Institute of Organic Chemistry: Researchers Use Desktop 3D Printer for Flow Chemistry

Institute of Organic Chemistry researchers Jochen M. Neumaier, Amiera Madani, Thomas Klein, and Thomas Ziegler explore the uses of 3D printing in flow chemistry in ‘Low-budget 3D-printed equipment for continuous…

University of Tasmania Research Team Receives $630K ARC Grant to Develop 3D Printed Lab-on-a-Chip Tech

3D printing is capable of creating extremely large objects, like cars and even office buildings, but it can also be used to fabricate tiny objects, like a lab-on-a-chip. These mini laboratories,…

After Generating Intense Social Media Interest, 3D Printing Chemistry Article Wins the STAM 2016 Altmetric Award

Back in early 2016, a team of researchers from American University discovered an innovative way to combine chemistry and 3D printing: the researchers, led by university chemistry professor Matthew Hartings,…

Researchers Mix Chemistry & 3D Printing to Study Ways to Remove Pollutants from Air, Water, Environment

3D printing appeals to so many users on so many different levels, and whether or not you were previously interested in materials sciences, once you begin fabricating from any 3D…

Designer Chemistry Mixed with 3D Printing Results in Innovative Safety Sensors  

It’s a formidable combination as designer chemistry meets 3D printing, proving that the two may have a very promising future together. In a recent research project funded by the University…


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