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Megan Molteni, from Popular Science, has produced a graphical review of the present and upcoming 3D technologies. She include our efforts to bring sustainability to this technology with the development of 3D manufacturing with Shrilk, the bio-inspired material based on the components and structure of the arthropods outer skeleton, and invented in our lab.

Check it out on the February issue of Popular Science! http://www.popsci.com/our-3-d-printed-universe

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