Hebrew University of Jerusalem: 3D Printing with Wood as Alternative to Plastics

Researchers from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem are taking the study of 3D printing and materials one step further in creating a new ink made from wood. In their recently…

Hebrew University and Yissum Developing Novel Technology Platform for 3D Printing Personalized Medicine

Yissum, which is the Hebrew University of Jerusalem‘s technology transfer company and handles the patenting and commercialization of any inventions produced there, has had a hand in many unique 3D printing…

Direct Ink Writing Process for 3D Printing Mechanoluminescent Objects

Way back in 1605, English philosopher, statesman, and scientist Francis Bacon first demonstrated the phenomenon of mechanoluminescence – light emission resulting from a mechanical action on a solid – by breaking apart…

Researchers Develop New Water-Soluble Photoinitiators for 3D Printing

Medical 3D printing has made great strides, but there’s still a very long way to go before we reach the day when we can actually 3D print working organs and…

Researchers Develop Hydroprinting Method to Print Conductive Patterns onto 3D Structures

At the end of 2015, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem announced the opening of a new 3D and Functional Printing Center. The director of the center is Professor Shlomo Magdassi, whose…

Hebrew University of Jerusalem Announces the Construction of New 3D Printing Center

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is the hub of research in Israel. One-third of all civilian research in the country has taken place there, and now the university is officially becoming…


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