University of St. Gallen and the University of Zurich in Switzerland.
According to Dr. Aleksandra Gadzala, head of research at The Singularity Group and an expert in 3D printing in Africa, “just in time, I hesitate to say [3D printing in Kenya] will leapfrog to any industrialization. Kenya can do 3D printing. The question is…. Is it just a short term stopgap?…Or is it scalable?”
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