Showing results tagged with "Academic Research"

Materialise’s Valentine Vanheule Wins an Award at the World Congress of Biomechanics

Jamie Milas
July 14, 2014

What are the latest developments in biomechanics? Every four years, rotating among Europe, Asia and the Americas, engineers and scientists meet at the World Congress of Biomechanics to discuss some of the newest findings in research of the mechanics of all living things: from plants to animals and humans.

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Visualizing the Human Anatomy: 500 Years Since Andreas Vesalius

Elizabeth Boorman
April 30, 2014

Like many books of the Renaissance, The Fabric of the Human Body is an exceptional book in both its in-depth anatomical knowledge and its collection of beautifully sketched drawings. Andreas Vesalius, the author of this 7-volume collection, gathered such detailed and extensive insight in the human anatomy that he would soon become a revolutionary figure in the field of anatomical research.

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3D Printing Human Cells Today for 3D Printed Living Organs Tomorrow

Elizabeth Boorman
April 01, 2014

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.

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