What would the world be like with 3D-printed organs made from real human tissue? Researchers at the Sabanci University in Turkey took us one step forward to this reality as they were the first to 3D print anatomically accurate aorta cells.
How can you use the tools of modern advocacy to challenge convention to make things better? Antti Junkkari, a 23-year-old neurosurgery student from Finland, began with this question and ended with a proposal on how to help fight small arms violence in Africa.
In March of last year, Materialise announced the official launch of a new, highly flexible and durable material for 3D Printing (Laser Sintering to be precise): TPU 92A-1, or Rubber-Like for our i.materialise users.