Scientists Made a Functional Replica Of Human Organs At Almost One Millionth The Size

Many of the barriers to scientific breakthroughs are based on testing and time. Rightly, any developments need to be based on rigorous experimentation and proven results. What’s exciting about this research from North Carolina is that it holds the possibility of finding a sweet spot where accurate modelling of human organs and efficiency overlap. Tiny,…

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MIT Researchers Create 3D Printed Motion Sculptures To Understand Human Movement

Full STEAM ahead! An exciting project developed at MIT is not only using creative thinking to link sports science, physiotherapy and psychology with the powerhouse of potential that is 3D printing, but actually making art too. MoSculp‘s creations, 3D-printed motion sculptures, intend to revolutionise the study of movement by making three dimensional records of the paths…

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