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Micro 3D printed needles and the market for μ-resolution 3D printing

Last month, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering and the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Medicine demonstrated a 3D printed microneedle array platform capable of delivering vaccines directly into the skin, with the particular goal of improving COVID-19 vaccine delivery in the developing world.

Micro 3D Printing For Emerging MEMS And Microfluidics Applications

Last month, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering and the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Medicine demonstrated a 3D printed microneedle array platform capable of delivering vaccines directly into the skin, with the particular goal of improving COVID-19 vaccine delivery in the developing world.

Scalable manufacturing for novel, painless vaccine delivery

Collaborators led by Carnegie Mellon University are developing a novel approach to COVID-19 inoculation that addresses both immunological effectiveness and manufacturing efficiency with a low-dose, inexpensive, hybrid microneedle array (Hybrid-MNA) technology.

Additive Manufacturing Poised to Remake Renewable Energy

There was once a time when additive manufacturing (AM) was something of a curiosity. Today, it is a firmly established technology in medical devices, tooling, and other industries. AM is now starting to find applications in new fields, most intriguingly in energy.

Micro 3D Printing Startup BMF Announces Partnership with Materialise

Materialise has long been developing build processors and software for systems in the 3D printing industry. Now, Materialise is going tiny with Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF). BMF will offer a Magics Build Processor made by Materialise for their Projection Micro Stereolithography (PμSL) technology.