3D printing antibacterial properties into objects for vulnerable patients
A team of scientists from The University of Sheffield (UK) has reported success in the 3D printing of bacteria-resistant parts, suitable for applications in the manufacture of objects for use by vulnerable patients, from medical devices to mobile phone cases.
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