MEDICINE AND 3D PRINT TECHNOLOGY: IS THE ERA OF “ARTISAN” MEDICATION NOW AMONG US?
The researchers of the Faculty of Pharmacy and the University’s 3D Print Technology Center are developing new, highly personalized and significantly more efficient medicines when compared to the traditional forms of oral medication, such as capsules, lozenges, gels, tablets and pills. In the beginning , the ‘superpills’ will first be administered throughout participating Clinics, however, in the future one might to be administered personalized medicines in the pharmacies.
4th International Interdisciplinary 3D Conference
This year, the biomedical use of 3D Printing is the primary subject of the Conference with respect to maintaining the interdisciplinary pattern.