Additive manufacturing is a quick-moving, interdisciplinary research field. In the new Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing collection from Nature Communications, we highlight some of the experimental and theoretical work around this topic published in the journal.
Discover the latest research on printing methods, devices, materials development and on advancing the printing process and post-process modifications.
The collection also features a Q+A article with Andrew Boydston, the Yamamoto Family Professor of Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is interested in organocatalysts for polymerization reactions, mechanophores, polymers for controlled release and additive manufacturing.
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