May 27, 2016

Could we print our medicine at home? - 3D Printing Industry

Can you imagine a world where you print your own pharmaceutical drugs at home? It’s a long way off, but a paper published in the International Journal of Bioassays suggests that that's the road we’re on.A team of researchers from Channabasweshwar Pharmacy College have put together a paper that confirms 3D printing’s increasing importance in the

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