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3D-printed pills with desired drug release

Researchers have invented a process that relies solely on the shape of the object for a time-controlled release. This will have important implications for the pharmaceutical industry, which has recently begun focusing sharply on 3D printing.

May 16th, 2023

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A 3D printed sweat analysis health monitoring device

Sweat holds vital information about our health, providing clues to dehydration, fatigue, blood sugar levels and even serious conditions such as cystic fibrosis, diabetes and heart failure. Researchers have taken a giant leap forward in sweat analysis with an innovative 3D-printed wearable sweat sensor called the 'sweatainer'.

May 4th, 2023

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Modern origami method creates glass shapes by folding

Chemical engineers have extended the centuries-old practice to produce intricate shapes made of glass or other hard materials. Their thoroughly modern method, which can be combined with 3D printing, could have applications ranging from sculpture to catalysis and beyond.

Mar 28th, 2023

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