3D printed antimicrobial materials: an essential component for long distance space travel?
NASA (FL, USA) has provided Copper 3D (Santiago, Chile) a second grant to go towards the development of medical devices that are 3D printed with ‘PLATIVE’ materials. These medical materials will be created and used on the International Space Station. The full details of this work will be published in an editorial in the Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine.
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