University of Nottingham researchers are using Boston Micro Fabrication‘s (BMF) 3D printing technology to develop medical devices that improve compatibility with human tissue. Funded by a UK grant, this project specifically targets the design of implants that can integrate more effectively into the body, aiming to reduce complications such as infections and adverse immune reactions. The partnership leverages BMF’s capability to print with micro-precision, which is essential for creating the complex and often very small structures these new devices require.