STEM Guest Lecture Series - 3D printing dynamic materials

Three-dimensional printing (3DP) is gaining momentum as a leading technology, which provides personalized solutions to advanced fabrication needs. Printed objects enable a broad range of applications, including tissue engineering, pharmaceutics and robotics. Despite the advances, the number of 3D-printable, functional materials is still limited and there is an increasing need for their development. In this presentation I will highlight some of our recent efforts to develop functional inks for 3D printing that can perform specific tasks.

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