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£6.5m research programme will explore the use of 3D materials in regenerative medicine, drug delivery, and medical devices.
The success of 3D printing depends on understanding the properties of the metal powders that are its raw materials.
After driverless cars and pilotless aircraft, it’s time for ships to become autonomous, as our upcoming digital August issue will explain
Renishaw’s full-year results reveal a record turnover of nearly £495m, record profits, a rock solid balance sheet and cash position.
Batteries, supercapacitors and other energy storage devices could one day be printed on desktops from conductive graphene ink, thanks to researchers in the UK.
3D printing is giving old machines and equipment a new lease of life. But can the new technology perform as well as the original part?
University of Southampton researchers are investigating the use of 3D printing technology to produce optical fibre.
Rolls-Royce has produced the largest ever civil aero engine component using 3D printing, working with the new National Centre for Additive Manufacturing at the Manufacturing Technology Centre
Researchers in Sweden have used a bioprinter to create electrically conductive 3D objects from cellulose.
The annual international aerospace jamboree’s French leg starts this week, while in the UK, Bloodhound announces its debut.