3-25-15- Dr. Hildy®: 3-D Printing in a NANOWORLD
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In this time of technological miracles, we are constantly being amazed by new breakthroughs. Just 10 years ago, the idea of being able to access nearly any piece of information you ever wanted to know from nearly anywhere in the world from a device you held in your hand would have seemed like something out of science fiction. But now, billions of people do it on a daily basis. And even less time ago, the idea that we could produce nearly any object from scratch in our own homes seemed like pure fantasy. But that time is soon upon us.
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes returning guest Veronica Hendricks to discuss the newest technological marvel – three-dimensional printing. While 3D printers have existed for a short time, they are too cost-prohibitive to be commonplace in our homes. But with the right materials and a cost-effective printer, creating a screwdriver, a toy, or textiles could become as easy as downloading a template and hitting “Print.”
But what does this mean from a nanotechnology perspective? A team from the University of Toronto’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the IBM Canada Research and Development Center developed a method to spray solar cells onto nearly any shape. Imagine being able to cover your entire car in solar cells. Or your bicycle, or your home, or even your skin.
This application could be taken further, to include spray-on biosensors that could interact with your smartphone. This technology could make Apple’s Health app seem like a piece of pre-historic technology. Imagine being able to understand your body’s systems much like the computer does in your car – and to get a “warning light” when something is wrong. The implications to modern medicine could be enormous. But with any new technology, we have to be careful with how we wield it.
Join Dr. Hildy and her guest this week as they discuss 3D printing and its use of nanotech on One Cell One Light Radio!
3-D printers used to create custom medical implants that deliver drugs, chemo — ScienceDaily
Princeton creates a custom 3D printer that prints quantum dot LEDs from scratch | ExtremeTech
Magic 3D Pen – YouTube
The first transparent 3D-printed skull has been successfully implanted
Insanely Small 3D Camera Roams Bloodstream – Business Insider
http://www.businessinsider.com/insanely-small-3d-camera-roams-bloodstream-2014-3Genisphere’s 3DNA® Drug Delivery Platform Achieves Success in Preclinical Treatment of Posterior… — HATFIELD, Pa., March 26
IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control Society (UFFC)
Boeing 3D Prints 20 Thousand Aircraft Parts, and Patents Its Method
Using 3D microdroplet printing scientists build synthetic cells and tissues | ExtremeTech
A fully transparent solar cell that could make every window and screen a power source | ExtremeTech
Futuristic 3-D Printing Technique Unveiled- Technology Called CLIP – Continuous Liquid Interface Production)
http://www.biosciencetechnology.com/videos/2015/03/futuristic-3-d-printing-technique-unveiledCarbon3D Demo – YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpH1zhUQY0c3D food printers could come to consumer kitchens in near future
See December 2014 Photonics Spectra (Photoacoustic Spectroscopy)
Issue 12 (December) | Volume 48 (2014) | Photonics Spectra
Also nano CLIP technology for self replicating 3 D printing:
Issue 6 (June) | Volume 48 (2014) | Photonics Spectra – 3-D Printing
Movie that used this type of technology was the 5th Element.
Note documents CEWIT ( .pdf below) has page 21-44 top stuff on sensors in the ear, body, etc. for advancements in nano even 3D printing the device. Pg 49 RFID Chip and look at page 48,47,44 (SCADA) 33 31 28; also 2 dissertations that specifically address the nano wires for antenna, sensors and WiFi.
GlobalBrainChipPaperDr.Staninger .pdf .
Hello Biometrics: Windows 10 to Add Facial Recognition, Iris Scans and Fingerprint Reader
CRISPR Chain Reaction | The Scientist Magazine®
Chip Puts Sound and Light on the Same Wavelength | Research & Technology | Dec 2014 | photonics.com
Melody Encoded onto Plasmonic Nanostructure
This Breakthrough Will Make 3D-Printing 100 Times Faster! | True Activist
Advances in Genetic Engineering – The Scientist brings together a panel of experts to discuss advances in genetic engineering, focusing on innovations in synthetic biology and genome editing.
Engineers Create Chameleon-Like Artificial ‘Skin’ That Shifts Color On Demand | MyScienceAcademy
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New ‘electronic skin’ for prosthetics, robotics detects pressure from different directions — ScienceDaily
Scientists are 3D-printing tiny human brains – ScienceAlert
3D Printed Smartphone Microscope | MyScienceAcademy
Imagine that: A smartwatch that looks like … a watch! | mHealthNews
Smartwatches are missing a crucial market | mHealthNews
Researchers Unlock the Mysteries of Wound Healing
Keeping atherosclerosis in-check with novel targeted inflammation-resolving nanomedicines — ScienceDaily
Nationwide Biometric Database Goes Live
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