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Researchers from the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision (Brisbane, Australia) have 3D printed bespoke miniaturized surgical robots, uniquely adapted to individual patients’ anatomy.
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In this interview, James Robar (Dalhousie University; NS, Canada) discusses the current landscape of 3D printing in radiation oncology and explains how collaboration in this space is driving innovation.
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A new Christian Doppler Laboratory has been opened at TU Wein (Vienna, Austria) which has a research focus on producing bone substitute implants by 3D printing.
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Find out more about the first confirmed speakers for 3DMedLIVE 2019: 3D printing in surgery.
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Dietmar W. Hutmacher, 3DMedLIVE Advisory Board member and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine, reflects on how 3D printing is set to disrupt todays surgical practice.
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In response to calls to bring together surgeons, radiologists, biomedical engineers, 3D printing technicians, medical modellers and healthcare professionals, with regulators, engineers, start-ups and suppliers, we have launched 3DMedLIVE in partnership between 3DMedNet and the Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine.
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Dietmar W. Hutmacher, 3DMedLIVE Advisory Board member and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine, reflects on how 3D printing is set to disrupt todays surgical practice.
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Jamie Costello (Manchester Metropolitan University, UK) looks at what exactly 3D bioprinting is, what it has achieved and where it is heading in the future.
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In this exclusive interview, Yang Wu (Penn State University; PA, USA) discusses his current research on the use of micropores in biofabricated tissues to increase diffusion of nutrients.
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Engineers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MA, US) have produced a novel 3D printed mesh material, suitable for producing personalized, wearable supports for ankle and knee injuries as well as implantable devices, such as hernia meshes.

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