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  • Swedish researchers implant 3-D printed cartilage cells in mice

    Researchers from the Sahlgrenska Academy and Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have successfully implanted and grown human cartilage cells in laboratory mice through the process of 3-D bioprinting. details>>
  • University of Sheffield researchers developed laser melting system for 3-D printing

    Researchers at the University of Sheffield (U.K.) have developed a 3-D printing technology, Diode Area Melting (DAM), which melts large areas while incorporating an array of individual laser diodes. details>>
  • European experts develop ID technology for PET plastic waste stream

    Polymark Consortiumhas developed a new technology for the identification and sorting of polymers in the plastics waste stream. details>>
  • 3-D printed liquid battery could power future computers

    Researchers from IBM Zurich and ETH Zurich have 3-D printed a tiny redox flow battery, which could be used to power and cool computer chip stacks at the same time. details>>
  • UCF professor working with NASA on 3-D printing homes on Mars

    NASA is working with University of Central Florida professor Sudipta Seal to outline the materials that can be extracted from the soil of Mars and hopefully be used to 3-D print homes on the planet. details>>
  • PLASTICS releases new market watch report on plastic bottle demand

    The Plastics Industry Association (PLASTICS) released a new report on consumer demand for plastic bottles that indicates continued growth in the industry across the U.S. details>>
  • U.K. hospital performs revolutionary jaw surgery using 3-D printing

    Staff at the University Hospitals of the North Midlands (UHNM) in Stoke-on-Trent (U.K.) recently announced that it had performed a revolutionary jaw surgery using a precision, patient-customized model that was built with 3-D printing technology. details>>
  • Covestro to present a novel concept for car design at plastics conference

    Covestro is planning on revealing a new concept in electric vehicle design at the VDI Plastics in Automotive Engineering conference that will take place on March 29 and 30 in Mannheim, Germany. details>>
  • Ford testing large-scale 3-D printing for automobile parts

    Ford Motor Company recently announced that it was exploring large-scale, one-piece automobile parts created with the Stratasys Infinite Build 3-D printer in order to test the potential for additive manufacturing in the auto industry. details>>
  • Nestle and Danone partnering on sustainable water bottle

    Nestle Waters recently announced that it was partnering with French rival Danone and California-based biotech startup Origin Materials to develop a polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastic bottle from 100 percent sustainable and renewable resources. details>>
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