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Singapore’s NUS launches additive manufacturing facility for biomedicine

Adrian M. Reodique | July 26, 2017
The National University of Singapore Centre for Additive Manufacturing will serve as a venue for exploration of the use of additive manufacturing technologies in the biomedical and healthcare fields.

 

Building partnerships

AM.NUS has also signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with other companies to develop and transfer AM technologies for biomedical applications. These partners include:

  1.        Creatz3D to help the centre with the development of advanced medical training and educational simulation.
  2.        Dou Yee Enterprises to help the centre develop capability for 3D printed precision parts.
  3.        Forefront Additive Manufacturing will leverage AM.NUS' biomedical capabilities to grow its healthcare business.
  4.        Osteopore International to help the centre design, develop, and test 3D-printed bioscaffolds for orthopedic applications.

 

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