Diffusion Science radio: Nano 3D Printing

Nano 3D Printing


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Feeling hands, incriminating handshakes by Ian Woolf,
Professor Martin Wegener talks about nano 3D Printing,
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf

Professor Martin Wegener
Professor Martin Wegener

Nano-scale printing promises lab-grown retinas, custom-made bones


The first dexterous and sentient hand prosthesis has been successfully implanted

First dexterous hand prosthesis implanted

Forensic DNA evidence is not infallible
A long handshake can spread your DNA to objects you didn’t touch


April 15, 2019

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