Progress in development of heat-responsive, ‘memory’ structures for controlled drug delivery
3D printed, heat-responsive materials are being developed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT; Cambridge, MA, USA) and Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) with the hope of aiding controlled drug delivery, among other possible applications.
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