Flexible 3D-printed heart replicates size, texture
April 13, 2018 -- Researchers from Australia and China have created a 3D-printed heart that mirrors the size and texture of real cardiac tissue, with potential clinical applications in patient and medical education, communication among clinicians, and presurgical planning, according to a recent study published in PLOS One.  Discuss
Radiology education gets Second Life in virtual world
April 5, 2018 -- How can the immersive, simulated environment of a virtual world benefit radiology education? By offering a way for students to engage in collaborative learning and training online with minimal use of resources, found researchers from Spain in a study published online March 26 in Academic Radiology.  Discuss
3DHeals 2018 to foster collaboration in medical 3D printing
March 30, 2018 -- Multidisciplinary collaboration is becoming increasingly critical as the clinical use of 3D printing progresses. The upcoming 3DHeals 2018 conference in San Francisco offers an outlet for all those interested in the burgeoning technology to discuss the most recent developments with leaders in the field.  Discuss