Source: cnn.com San Francisco (CNN Business) : As frontline workers and hospitals struggle to get access to enough medical equipment to deal with the rapid spread of coronavirus, a growing number of businesses are pushing what could be a promising fix: 3D-printed supplies A sprawling network of multinationals, local firms, universities and even individual hobbyists have … Continue reading Can 3D printing plug the coronavirus equipment gap?
What if there was one ‘magic’ 3-D printed pill patients could take which was capable of combining and releasing medications in the correct quantities and conditions as determined by their own unique genetic profile? That’s the future of healthcare and our researchers are busy making it a reality… Researchers have long suspected the concurrent prescription … Continue reading AIT Researchers Working on ‘Made to Order’ Personalised Healthcare Technology
An entrepreneur based in Ontario, Canada is intending to travel to India in order to allow people in a remote community there to gain access to the breakthroughs that 3D printing technology has brought to prosthetics. Jerry Ennett, founder of Taurus 3D in the city of Stratford, is heading to the small village of Ayikudi in … Continue reading Taurus 3D to bring 3D printing technology to remote clinic in India