We live in an age of plastics, but even after a century of progress, most polymers still come in a single, homogenous form with basic properties. Now a team of researchers at Northwestern University under the leadership of materials scientist Samuel Stupp have developed a hybrid polymer that combines soft and hard areas like bones and muscles in animals.
We’re no strangers to ceramic 3D prints , but these eight 3D prints left us stunned once again.
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Educators and STEM instructors are turning to advanced technologies like 3D printing to modernize their classroom curriculum.
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Laboratory-engineered liver tissue could be extremely useful, helping doctors to screen new drugs, and it could even one day be used for transplants.
Anyone who’s dealing with the current snowstorm in the US will know that clearing snow is hard work and futile if there’s another dump. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Chris Tuan may have put an end to the need to shovel snow, however. His conductive concrete simply melts any snow that lands.
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While 3D printing has yet to fully prove itself to some people , that doesn’t stop scientists from pushing on with 4D printing—a similar process that creates objects able to transform themselves over time. Now, a Harvard lab has produced these delicate folding flowers using the approach