National University of Singapore

National University of Singapore Develops New Method of 3D Bioprinting Using Gold Nanorods

National University of Singapore Develops New Method of 3D Bioprinting Using Gold Nanorods

A group of researchers at the National University of Singapore has developed a novel method of bioprinting that overcomes some of the limitations of already-existing methods, as well as avoiding damage to the printed tissue. The research has been published in an article entitled “Effective Light Directed Assembly of Building Blocks with Microscale Control,” which you […]

A group of researchers at the National University of Singapore has developed a novel method of bioprinting that overcomes some of the limitations of already-existing methods, as well as avoiding damage to the printed tissue. The research has been published in an...
Imagine Taking Just One Pill a Day for All That Ails You with 3D Printed Meds

Imagine Taking Just One Pill a Day for All That Ails You with 3D Printed Meds

Amidst the long list of pluses, there are a few things that are controversial in 3D printing with some of the light and dark and pros and cons frustratingly intertwined, as we discuss hot points like guns (alas, criminals might get them!), the fabrication of body parts (yikes, is that like cloning?) and pills (shockingly, […]

Amidst the long list of pluses, there are a few things that are controversial in 3D printing with some of the light and dark and pros and cons frustratingly intertwined, as we discuss hot points like guns (alas, criminals might get them!), the fabrication of body...

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