personalized 3d printed drugs

NIH Awards $3M for 3D Printed Pediatric Medicine

Researchers at Texas A&M University have embarked on an innovative project to transform how medication is administered to pediatric patients. Funded by a grant of approximately $3 million from the…

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This Smartphone 3D Printer Could Make Meds Tailored Just for You

A collaborative team of researchers from University College London, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (USC), and FabRx, an expert in pharma-tech, tackled the issue of fabricating personalized medication not just…

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Craft Health’s Pharma 3D Printer Powered by ViscoTec’s Print Head

Personalized medicine is one of the most exciting verticals in the 3D printing industry, especially since the technology can seriously impact customized drug development and targeted therapeutics. Ever since the…

New Method 3D Prints Pills that Regulate Drug Release

Scientists at the University of East Anglia (UEA)’s School of Pharmacy in England identified a new additive manufacturing (AM) method to 3D print porous medicine tablets that can regulate the…

Interview: FabRx is on a Quest to Create 3D Printed Customized Drugs

With a focus on creating 3D printed medications, FabRx, a spin-out company from University College London’s School of Pharmacy, United Kingdom (UK), was founded in 2014 by academics who wanted…