3D printing

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UNSW Sydney researchers have successfully merged 3D/4D printing with a chemical process to produce “living” resin, which has huge potential for fields as diverse as recycling and biomedicine.

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Dr Kate Dunn's art and design research has led her to a multidisciplinary team at UNSW Built Environment.

Professor Veena Sahajwalla and federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley

The revolutionary technology developed at UNSW Sydney positions Australia at the forefront of how we re-use discarded materials.

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Research to advance the frontiers of metal 3D printing has received a major boost, with a partnership between UNSW scientists and local and US universities receiving a $3 million government grant.

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UNSW is the only institution in Australia to be selected by GE to receive a sophisticated metal 3D printing machine.

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Entrepreneur Melissa Fuller from the UNSW Michael Crouch Innovation Centre is 3D-printing low-cost mobility braces for children with disabilities.  

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UNSW Art & Design lecturer Kate Dunn is using everyday ingredients like sugar, clay, coffee and wood pulp to create 3D printed art works from climate change data.   

Joanna Ng

With the unveiling of a China-backed science and technology precinct at UNSW, biomedical engineering PhD student Joanna Ng says there’s never been a more exciting time for Australian research.