3D printing's medical and life science opportunities take the stage at CareFWD 2013

At the recent CareFWD 2013 conference in Boston, MA, we presented on the potential impact of for additive manufacturing in medical and life sciences applications (see the report "Building the Future: Assessing 3D Printing’s Opportunities and Challenges"). Potential life science innovation opportu...

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