3D Printing Functional Micro-Delivery Systems: Swimming Microtori

In the recently published ‘Shape-programmed 3D printed swimming microtori for the transport of passive and active agents,’ international researchers explore the challenges in mimicking the ‘unique swimming behaviors’ of microorganisms—for…

Researchers Create Dynamic Self-Assembly Process for Building Mobile Micromachines

A micromachine has the potential to maniupulate and probe the microscopic world, and can be made up of multiple chemistries, materials, or parts in order to address different functions, such…

Study Looks at Soft Materials in 3D Microprinting With 2 Photon Lithography

3D printing on the microscale is becoming more common as tools and materials become more sophisticated. Currently, however, most materials used in this type of 3D printing are rigid, glassy…

Researchers at New R&D Center Will Use 3D Printing to Manufacture Early Prevention Implants

3D printed implants have been used in all kinds of surgeries, from dental, facial, and spinal to the chest, ears, and hips. But the thing about implants, whether they’re 3D…

LLNL Makes a New Breakthrough in Nanoscale 3D Printing

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) is known for its in-depth materials research, which often involves advanced 3D printing techniques. Those techniques include 3D printing on the nanoscale, and the laboratory…


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