(Phys.org) —Hydrogels can reversibly change their size and shape under different conditions. This property makes them attractive for a wide variety of applications, including artificial muscles, drug delivery, and sensors. But even though stimuli-sensitive hydrogels have been studied for a few decades, …

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Derek Fidyka who became paralyzed after a knife severed his spinal cord is learning to walk again thanks to a surgery involving implanted olfactory nerve cells.

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PolyMorph: Digital Ceramics

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There have been tremendous strides made within the medical space thanks to 3D printing. We have seen bioprinting transform the way in which we view the future o

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The Origami Finger is a 3D printed dynamic partial finger prosthetic with living hinges and complex geometry that can be printed in a single part.

Source: 3dprintingindustry.com

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Why outsource it, if you can construct your own using a regular desktop extrusion 3D printer? Fortunately, the Italian design team behind LAB+ has released designs for this on Thingiverse.

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  By successfully blending old with new, Danish Designer Mads Jeppe Hansen, has found great inspiration in the art of traditional Japanese paper origami when developing and creating a new clas…

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