University of Nebraska at Omaha

NASA Funds Antimicrobial 3D Printing Materials for Space Applications

NASA has awarded $1.13 million to researchers from the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) and Chilean nanotechnology company Copper3D to develop and test two new recyclable and antimicrobial materials for…

As the COVID-19 Pandemic Persists: 3D Printing with Antimicrobial Polymers

“Additive manufacturing (i.e., 3D Printing) is uniquely well positioned to support the shortage of critical medical devices.” COVID-19 may have barely been registering on your radar just a few short…

Case Study: A 3D Printed Patient Specific Partial Finger Prosthesis

From the University of Nebraska at Omaha, researchers Keaton Young, James E. Pierce, and James M. Zuniga explore prosthetics made via 3D printing in ‘Assessment of body-powered 3D printed partial…