Gold Nanoparticles Illuminate Defects in 3D Printed Objects

Defects in 3D printed parts can cause all sorts of problems, but they’re often so small that they can’t be easily detected, if at all. Vanderbilt University researchers are the…

3D Printed Model Allows Doctors and Parents to Prepare for Baby’s Medical Issues Before Birth

When Charlotte Massey was born, she had a whole list of problems, including a partially formed spine with a missing thoracic vertebrae. She had only three of the twelve ribs…

3D Printing News Briefs: January 30, 2018

As January comes to a close, we’ve got all the latest 3D printing news wrapped up for you in one location with today’s edition of 3D Printing News Briefs. Rize…

Vanderbilt Researchers Spins Threads for Bioprinted Capillaries on Cotton Candy Machine

While everyone gets pretty excited when researchers look to nature for new designs and innovation, taking a page out of the candy recipe book should certainly pique everyone’s attention, via…

Vanderbilt University Team Develops 3D Printed Device to Diagnose and Fight Malaria in Zambia

While we are fighting a number of issues worldwide, health and otherwise, it can be hard to decide what’s at the top of the priority list. Some very brave and…

3D Printed Surgical Robot Designed to Perform Less Risky Surgery on Patients With Epilepsy

3D printing and robotics once prove a compatible and, potentially, a profoundly life-altering duo. The brainchild of Vanderbilt University engineering graduate student David Comber and mechanical engineering Associate Professor Eric…

Researchers are Advancing Surgical Technology Through 3D Printed Pneumatic Actuator Design

There are over 1,000 neurological disorders that have been identified to date. These include afflictions such as Huntington’s, muscular dystrophy, Parkinson’s, and epilepsy to name a few of the most…


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