Category Archives: UCL

3D printing brings V&A sculptures to patients at Great Ormond Street

Sculptures from London’s leading art and design museum, the V&A, have been brought to young patients at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), through 3D printing. Working with GOSH Arts programme the V&A ran 3D printing workshops with children treated in isolation for bone marrow transplants. Remixing V&A sculptures in hospital beds 3D scans of V&A sculptures from […]

3D printing brings V&A sculptures to patients at Great Ormond Street

Sculptures from London’s leading art and design museum, the V&A, have been brought to young patients at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), through 3D printing. Working with GOSH Arts programme the V&A ran 3D printing workshops with children treated in isolation for bone marrow transplants. Remixing V&A sculptures in hospital beds 3D scans of V&A sculptures from […]

3D Printing Industry Review of the year May 2017

A month of celebration – in May we held the first ever annual 3D Printing Industry Awards and hosted a gala dinner of esteemed guests including Siemens, 3D Systems, Ultimaker, Zortrax, Desktop Metal, Shining 3D, Markforged, Zortrax, Sinterit, HP, Dassault Systèmes, DWS, Autodesk, Polymaker and UCL. Morgan Morey was also announced as the winner of the […]

Judi Dench’s Passion for Trees explored with 3D scanner in new BBC doc

In the center of a garden woodland in Surrey, southeast England, there is a magnificent 200 year old oak tree. Dating as far back as the battle of Waterloo, the tree has survived both World Wars, avoiding much sustained bombing of British cities and the countryside. In addition to its size and survival, the tree […]

Nottigham’s 3D printed helmet ushers in a new era of natural brain scans

A £1.6 million collaborative project between scientists at the University of Nottingham and University College London (UCL) is looking to improve the way we map the human brain. Focusing on the development of magnetoencephalography (MEG), researchers have 3D printed a prototype helmet that may yield quadruple the sensitivity of current MEG devices. Reading at room […]

Neue Technik kombiniert Gaming mit Atemweg-Reinigungs-Geräten für PatientInnen mit zystischer Fibrose

Physiotherapeuten des University College London (UCL) in Großbritannien arbeiten gemeinsam mit Microsoft, um 3D-gedruckte Werkzeuge für Kinder mit zystischer Fibrose (CF) zu entwickeln. Die Gadgets kombinieren Atemweg-Reinugungs-Techniken mit Computerspielen, um junge Patienten zur Ausführung ihrer Atemübungen zu ermutigen. Zystische Fibrose, auch als Mukoviszidose bekannt ist eine erbliche Erkrankung, die die exokrinen Drüsen beeinflusst. Die Drüsen […]

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3D Printing Industry Awards winners announced

On Saturday May 20 2017 3D Printing Industry hosted a gala dinner to announce the winners of the first annual 3D Printing Industry Awards.

Joining us in …

3D printed pills: interview with FabRx at University College London

Are 3D printed pills the future? We visited a London laboratory to find out.

Established by academics from University College London (UCL) in 2014, FabRx is …