Thursday, February 22, 2024

New funding boosts dev’t of 3D-printed solution to facial reconstruction for cancer patients

Dr Xiao Liu from the University of Wollongong has obtained a significant grant of $700,000, marking a major advancement in improving the rehabilitation process for individuals who have undergone treatment for head and neck cancer.

UW-Madison researchers unveil 3D-printed functional human brain tissue

A team of scientists at the University of Wisconsin–Madison has pioneered the development of the first 3D-printed brain tissue capable of growth and functioning akin to natural brain tissue.

ESA deploys first-ever metal 3D printer to the International Space Station

The European Space Agency (ESA) has launched the first metal 3D printer to the International Space Station (ISS).

New additive manufacturing report predicts $17B industry shift by 2032

In a study released by Additive Manufacturing Research, the report titled "Additive Manufacturing in the Energy Sector: Market Analysis & Forecast" has forecasted a surge in market activity, from $2.6 billion in 2023 to a projected $17 billion by 2032.

3D-printed parts set to surge to $119B by 2032 — AM Research

Additive Manufacturing Research has recently published a study affirming the optimistic future for prominent additive manufacturing (AM) technologies. The findings indicate that these technologies are...

MIT researchers showcase rapid 3D printing with liquid metal

Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have introduced a technique dubbed liquid metal printing (LMP), enabling the rapid production of large-scale metal components such as table legs and chair frames within minutes.

Additive Manufacturing Research flags $3.2B standstill in Q3 2023 growth

In a report released by Additive Manufacturing Research (AMR), the global additive manufacturing (AM) market has faced a one per cent estimated sequential decline in the third quarter of 2023 compared to the previous quarter.

Scientists pioneer 3D-printable supramolecular ink for OLED displays, wearable tech

A research team led by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has introduced a "supramolecular ink" technology in a major stride toward more affordable and environmentally sustainable flat-panel displays and wearable technology.

Curtin University hosts Additive Manufacturing CRC industry workshop

In a bid to bolster the Australian manufacturing sector, an Additive Manufacturing CRC Industry Workshop is set to take place on Tuesday, 30 January...

IperionX CEO maps out visionary path for 2024 targeting titanium advancements

In a letter addressed to shareholders and stakeholders, Anastasios Arima, the CEO of ASX-listed IperionX Limited, has expressed optimism and confidence as the company looks ahead to a year of significant growth, innovation, and success.
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