British PhD student 3D prints on inflatable substrate to create artificial muscles

A Nottingham PhD student shows us that 3D printing technology can do a lot more for the medical world than just bioprinting. For Fergal Coulter, a lecturer and PhD candidate at the College of Art & Design and Build Environment at the Nottingham Trent University, is using 3D printing and scanning techniques to create artificial muscles. Continue reading “British PhD student 3D prints on inflatable substrate to create artificial muscles”