New project launched to develop 3D printed bone pieces for landmine blast survivors
Scientists from the University of Glasgow (Scotland, UK) will be developing bespoke and ‘off-the-shelf’ 3D-printed bones for survivors of landmine blasts in a new GBP£2.8 million project funded by Sir Bobby Charlton’s charity Find A Better Way.
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