An entry published in the International Journal of Cardiology explored the many recent applications of 3D printing technology in the treatment of heart-related diseases and surgeries. The article, published earlier this month, highlighted several case studies over recent years in which 3D printing, scanning and bioprinting technology led doctors and surgeons toward innovative solutions and treatment options.
Chicago is picking up another corporate headquarters — a good one. Officials are announcing today that GE Healthcare, a division of the Fairfield, Conn.-based multinational that is in the process of reorganizing itself, will be […]
Ibrahim Ozbolat loves his work so much that once he nearly sacrificed a finger for its sake. It was in 2007 or 2008, he recalled, when he was a student who had spent many hours straight […]