3D printing technologies have evolved at an unbelievable pace resulting in everything from 3D printed meat, to 3D printed houses to even 3D printed guns. Now, a new study out of the University of Buffalo may just be the key to 3D printed organs.
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A new process developed at Caltech makes it possible for the first time to manufacture large quantities of materials whose structure is designed at a nanometer scale, the size of DNA's double helix. Pioneered by Caltech materials scientist Julia R. Greer, "nanoarchitected materials" exhibit unusual, often surprising properties. These properties could be desirable for applications ranging from ultrasensitive tactile sensors to advanced batteries.