Riboflavin is Better for 3D Printed Medical Implants
We know that material we are using for 3D printing is different what we use for eating or using for humans. Specially for making any uses for health reason we always think so much before using anything.Scientist form North Carolina State University have been doing research about those 3D printing materials for decades. Search for non-toxic, light-sensitive 3D printing materials, biomedical researchers recently discovered that riboflavin does the job quite nicely.
MakerGirl Using 3D Printing to Bring STEM to Girls
MakerGirl brings 3D printing, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) to life for girls. MakerGirl teaches 3D printing to young girls while teaching them about cutting edge technology, new companies, women leaders in STEM, and so on. MakerGirl is a non-profit organization started by young women from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. They work through donations that fund scholarships for underprivileged girls and provide STEM-related opportunities to girls in rural areas. They offer sessions in Champaign, Southern Illinois, and Chicago. They have launched MakerGirl Mobile, a 3D Printing Lab on Wheels, that for conducting 3D printing sessions for girls all over the country.
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