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About the Lattice this week: From Nature, “A resin printer from Chad Mirkin’s lab at Northwestern University in Illinois can create structures as large as a person in hours (image sequence sped up). Credit: Northwestern University”
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Bayer Pharmaceuticals Will Test New Drugs Using Human Heart Tissues 3D-Printed In Tel Aviv University June 29th, 2020 @Bayer @TelAvivUni @Ramot_TAU
Pushing the 3D Bioprinting Boundaries June 29th, 2020 @EnvisioTEC #envisiontec
TCT Asia poised to spark additive manufacturing industry back to life June 30th, 2020 @TheTCTMagazine #tctasia #VNUrapidnews
Osteopore signs first US distribution deal for 3D-printed craniofacial scaffolds July 2nd, 2020 @osteopore
Lithoz Announces Strategic Collaboration With Dr. Jens Tartsch, President Of The ESCI, For 3D Printed Dental Ceramic Implants. July 3rd, 2020 @LithozAustria #EuropeanSocietyforCeramicImplantology
[COVID-19 Supply 3D models] NIH 3D print Exchange Updated July 4th, 2020 @NIH
SmithVent pneumatic ventilator wins CoVent-19 ChallengeJune 24th, 2020 @smith_vent @CoVentChallenge #coventchallenge
The Wistar Institute & Allevi Inc. Collaborate on 3D Bioprinting Project to Advance COVID-19 Research June 25th, 2020 @TheWistar @Allevi3D
University research team, 3D printing company win Covid-19 innovation awards July 3rd, 2020 @invent3d
The RSNA-ACR 3D Printing Registry: A User’s Guide June 10th, 2020 @RSNA
3D-printed fake meat: The healthier, greener future of food? July 2nd, 2020 @RedefineMeat
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