3DMedNet meets Bioanalysis Zone: 3D printing in the bioanalytical laboratory
In this interview with Laura Mercolini (Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna, Italy), we discuss how 3D printing is benefiting bioanalytical research: from sampling to sample handling, pretreatment and even instrumental analysis.
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