Category Archives: Great Ormond Street Hospital

British Heart Foundation funds pioneering medical model 3D printing at Great Ormond Street Hospital

According to the British Heart Foundation (BHF), each year, there are over 4600 babies born with Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) – potentially life-threatening defects within the structure of the heart. With the unique qualities of each defect, researchers at the Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) in London are developing 3D printed replicas of children’s hearts for […]

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 […]

$30 million NIHR research center to open with 3D printed art installation

A multi-media art installation consisting of 3D printed heart models and medical soundscapes will be displayed at the Bristol Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) of National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), to mark its opening on 1 February. The installation, Under the Microscope: Making the Invisible Visible by artist Sofie Layton explores the nature of congenital heart disease […]