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Additive manufacturing, more commonly known as 3D printing (3DP), is a technology being embraced in biomedical science research communities across the world. Advances in 3DP technology mean that we are now capable of delivering everything from personalised medicines for patients to bespoke reaction vessels for laboratory scientists, human tissues for disease models to anatomically accurate organ models for education. The opportunities for 3DP to enhance and accelerate research in academia and industry is limited only by the imagination of the scientist.
In this evening meeting at SCI, guest speakers from UCL, Loughborough and Imperial College will describe how they are using 3DP technology to augment their research in a chemistry and pharmaceutical setting. During the meeting there will be a live demonstration of 3D printing and an opportunity for discussion and networking. The meeting will close with refreshments and networking.
14/15 Belgrave Square
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Tel: +44 (0)20 7598 1561
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Julian Jones, Imperial College
Stephen Hilton, UCL
Steve Christie, Loughborough University