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Materials of the Future

Materials that are light and robust, inherently stable and still easily adjustable, and which can also be produced sustainably and in a resource-friendly way...
synthetic fuels

3D Printing to Make Synthetic Fuels More Efficient and Cheaper

Co-electrolysis is a new and very efficient way of producing synthetic fuels and chemicals from CO2 and water. Diesel and petrol cars as well...
smart printing

Smart Printing: Power Generating Films and Luminescent Glass

New inks for inkjet printers make it possible to print organic displays or solar cells on film and glass for the use in architecture,...
Photonic Hook

Scientists Invent Method of Catching Bacteria with ‘Photonic Hook’

An international team of physicists has discovered a new type of curved light beams, dubbed a “photonic hook”. Photonic hooks are unique, as their...
3D Metal Printing

Digital 3D Metal Printing Opens up New World for Industry

DTU Mechanical Engineering has received EUR 1.1 million from Innovation Fund Denmark for a new project to identify how a 3D-printed part will behave during production and...
Nanocellulose

Cheap, Eco-Friendly, Biocompatible: Bright Prospects For Nanocellulose

Nanocrystalline cellulose is said to be the material of the future. It can be synthesized from wood and recycled from paper, which makes it highly...
3D printing

3D Printing Creates Super-Soft Structures That Replicate Brain and Lungs

Imperial College London researchers have developed a new method for creating 3D structures using cryogenics (freezing) and 3D printing techniques. This builds on previous research...
biomaterials

New Biomaterials Can Solve the Challenges of Sustainable Development

Wood cellulose has the potential to be a future super material that can replace fossil raw materials such as plastic and man-made fibers or...
ink-jet printervideo

Inkjet-Printed Thermite Deposits Energetic Materials Safely

Researchers have developed a method to deposit tiny amounts of energetic materials (explosives, propellants, and pyrotechnics) using the same technology as an inkjet printer. This...
nanoscale

Lab Unlocks Secrets of Nanoscale 3D Printing

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) researchers have discovered novel ways to extend the capabilities of two-photon lithography (TPL), a high-resolution 3D printing technique capable...
surgical carevideo

How 3-D Printing Is Changing Surgical Care at Duke

Earlier this year, a 21-year-old woman went to Duke Orthopedics with a painful hip. She had a hip deformity that made it difficult to...
stretchable circuits

Metal Printing Offers Low-Cost Way to Make Flexible, Stretchable Electronics

Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a new technique for directly printing metal circuits, creating flexible, stretchable electronics. The technique can use...
artificial organvideo

Researchers 3D Print Lifelike Artificial Organ Models

A team of researchers led by the University of Minnesota has 3D printed lifelike artificial organ models that mimic the exact anatomical structure, mechanical...
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Fully Integrated Circuits Successfully Printed Directly onto Fabric

Researchers have successfully printed two-dimensional materials such as graphene (a single layer of carbon in a hexagonal lattice), directly onto textiles, enabling the production...
microfibers

3-D Printed Microfibers Could Provide Structure for Artificially Grown Body Part

Much as a frame provides structural support for a house and the chassis provides strength and shape for a car, a team of Penn...
RealityConvertvideo

Building 3-D Models of Molecules with RealityConvert

Denis Fourches wants to make the search for new drugs faster and less expensive. So he uses powerful computers to help model interactions between...
3D printing

New Generation of 3D Printing Requires Almost No Post-Processing

3D printing in metal requires some finishing, because the finished prints have very rough surfaces, which is why the industry primarily uses 3D printing...
3D printingvideo

Volumetric 3D Printing Builds on Need for Speed

While additive manufacturing (AM), commonly known as 3D printing, is enabling engineers and scientists to build parts in configurations and designs never before possible,...
3D printed plasticvideo

In First, 3-D Printed Objects Connect to Wifi Without Electronics

Imagine a bottle of laundry detergent that can sense when you’re running low on soap — and automatically connect to the internet to place...
hydrogen

Superior Hydrogen Catalyst Just Grows That Way

Replacing your everyday gas guzzler with a hydrogen fueled car could drastically reduce your carbon footprint. So why don’t we all make the switch? One...