Design of a Crack-free Aluminum Alloy for Additive Manufacturing

Cavina T Morris

By Surbhi JainMay 16 2022Reviewed by Susha Cheriyedath, M.Sc. In an article recently published in the journal Additive Manufacturing, researchers discussed the computation designing of a crack-free aluminum alloy for additive manufacturing. Study: Computational design of a crack-free aluminum alloy for additive manufacturing. Image Credit: sspopov/Shutterstock.com Background Because of their high […]

Researchers optimize micro-3D printing technology for microneedles

Cavina T Morris

Researchers from the University of Birmingham and University of Southern Queensland are exploring the use of micro-3D printing technology to create microneedles. The approach leverages a process called two-photon polymerization (2PP), a form of highly-precise resin 3D printing that’s particularly adept at fabricating complex microstructures with resolutions in the nanometer […]

Tunable membranes incorporating artificial water channels for high-performance brackish/low-salinity water reverse osmosis desalination

Cavina T Morris

Relationship between Structural Behavior and Transport Performance of the Biomimetic Membranes. The present study leads to the discovery of an unexplored mechanistic strategy allowing homogeneous AWC incorporation starting from their in situ colloidal self-assembled superstructures leading to the identification of sponge-like particles present within the hybrid PA-AWC materials. During IP, […]