Month: May 2018

May 29, 2018 • 3D printing technology

Scientists In UK Create Human Corneas Via 3D printer

Human corneas have successfully been 3D printed for the first time by scientists at Newcastle University in England. By mixing stem cells from a healthy donor cornea with alginate, a gel derived from seaweed, and collagen, researchers managed to create a “bio-ink” solution that can be printed.

May 15, 2018 • 3D innovation printing technology

Bitmap-Based 3D Printing For Hi-Def Anatomical Models

Doctors need MRI and CT scans to further evaluate, and diagnose, medical conditions. These scans produce high-resolution images in a series of slices which show the details of structures in a person’s body and can later be 3D printed into a detailed physical model. Unfortunately, these images are so detailed that the part that needs… Continue reading Bitmap-Based 3D Printing For Hi-Def Anatomical Models

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