3D printed polymer composite mimics bone's structure and toughness

Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) recently published results announcing a novel 3D printed structural material that mimics the microstructure – and mechanical properties – of bone. Specifically, the researchers built a 3D digital model of a bone, including the micron-scal...

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