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3D printing’s student startup.

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This business idea is for solving real-world problems using 3D printing.
As said by Marie Mayes, CES director,¨Our judges and staff were inspired by the hard work of these young entrepreneurs and the creativity of the ideas presented at the virtual Business Plan Competition this year. The competition grows every year. Even with the challenges of COVID restrictions, we had a record 43 high school teams apply to the screening round. We had strong numbers in the college and open leagues for the all virtual competition.¨

Student startup teams vie for $75,000 at WSU’s 18th annual Business Plan Competition.

Student startups awarded $75,000 at WSU business plan competition.

3D printed scaffolds with turmeric

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The WSU research team improved bone-growing capabilities on 3D-printed, ceramic bone scaffolds by 30-45 percent when coated with curcumin, a compound found in the spice, turmeric. They have published their work in the journal,
Turmeric has been used in Asia for thousands of years and is a major part of Ayurveda. Turmeric has been shown to have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and bone-building capabilities.
According to Susmita Bose, Herman and Brita Lindholm Endowed Chair Professor in the School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, “As a mother and having a chemistry background, I realized I didn’t want my children to be exposed to so many chemicals for every illness,” Bose said. “I started looking at home remedies.”
she always emphasizes healthy living as the best way to guarantee the best health outcomes, including healthy eating, proper sleep, interesting hobbies, and exercise.:)

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Natural cures combined with biomedical devices prompt bone health, growth