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3D printers that can see and learn to advance manufacture of precision body implants

A 3D printer with “eyes and brains” is being developed to print implants for regenerative medicine to repair damaged and/or lost body tissue. The addition …

CIs find breast cancer survivors feel surgeons make decisions for them

Cancer research isn’t just about cancer. In a paper published this week, CTET CIs from various disciplines investigated a number of factors that influence decision-making …

CTET Deputy Director awarded 2020 Young Tall Poppy

CTET’s Deputy Director, Dr Laura Bray, has been awarded a Young Tall Poppy award for 2020. The prestigious Young Tall Poppy Science Awards recognise achievements …

CI makes patient specific 3D printed chest implant

Chief Investigator, Distinguished Professor Dietmar W. Hutmacher has used 3D printing to create a chest implant using 90 per cent of the patient’s own tissue, …

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