Category Archives: University of Glasgow

3D Printing Industry at New Scientist Live 2018

3D Printing Industry  attended New Scientist Live (NSL) 2018 in London last week. As in previous years, NSL was held at ExCeL London and over 120 speakers and 100 exhibitors came together for a series of stimulating talks on new research and revolutionary discoveries combined with interactive experiences, performances and workshops. 3D printing in chemistry and […]

DWK Life Sciences releases “first” commercial 3D printed lab equipment

DWK Life Sciences, a leading manufacturer of premium lab equipment, has released its first ever metal 3D printed product. Used in laboratories to facilitate the secure transfer of liquids, the new bottle connector cap has been brought to market in record time, and acts as a proof of concept that powder bed fusion (PBF) can […]

The Spotify of drugs? Lee Cronin’s pick and mix 3D printed lab kit

3D printed drugs have, by some, been heralded as the future of pharmaceuticals. But, what if, instead of limiting the drugs by their ability to be 3D printed, we could use 3D printers to fundamentally changed the way they are made? A new study from the University of Glasgow has demonstrated how chemical synthesis is possible with […]

University of Glasgow entwickelt 3D-gedruckte Knochen für Landminenopfer

Dank eines mit £ 2,8 Millionen geförderten Projekts für regenerative Medizin der University of Glasgow in Schottland, könnte 3D-gedruckter, synthetischer Knochen zur Wiederherstellung der verletzten Gliedmaßen von Landminenopfer bald Realität werden. Geschätzt gibt es jährlich rund 4.300 Menschen die von Landminen getötet oder verletzt werden. Die Stiftung Find A Better Way von Sir Bobby Charlton, einem ehemaligen […]

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Recreating 3D Robert the Bruce and faces-in-the-wild

A new project shows how 3D imaging has many applications for helping people understand the world around them and can even be used to create an …