Tech Peek | Nanotech
Nano experts agree: the technology has been over-hyped. In the 1966 science fiction film Fantastic Voyage, a submarine crew is shrunk to microscopic size and gets injected into the body of an injured scientist to repair brain damage. Yeah, that hasn’t happened.
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Tech Peek | 3D Printed Helmet
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Rebuilding the Supply Chain: Investigating Reshoring
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Tech Peek- Digital Twin
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Tech Peek | Lot Size: One
Tech Peek Emerging Technology Series Customers dream of one. But when will a lot size of one be cost-effective? Sooner than you may think.
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Tech Peek | PEKK 3D Printed Polymer
The X-Men superhero won’t be the only one to regenerate damaged or destroyed bone. A new 3D printed polymer offers bone-like mechanics, bone regeneration, and anti-bacterial performance giving hope to trauma victims with crushed or diseased bones.