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Biofabrication with dynamic materials
Published on: August 15, 2018
Category: Events

The awarded project focuses on the development of new polymeric materials and hydrogels based on dynamic chemical bonds that ensure that the materials react to different conditions during processing. This allows optimal properties of the 3D-printed product to be obtained. In addition, end products can also be made with switchable properties. The project is a collaboration between Eindhoven University of Technology, Maastricht University, DSM, Xilloc and Brightlands Materials Center (BMC), a public-private research center in which scientists and industry specialists work together on sustainable technological innovations in the field of polymer materials.

To know more:

https://www.brightlandsmaterialscenter.com/brightlands-materials-center-kicks-off-unique-project-developing-innovative-materials-for-additive-manufacturing-and-4d-printing/