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Engineering Health through 3D Printing

Professors Joseph DeSimone, Renee Zhao, and Mark Skylar-Scott 

This class is presented in partnership with the Stanford School of Engineering
Capacity: 283

Event Details:

Friday, October 21, 2022
3:15pm - 4:30pm PDT


Main Quad, Building 420, lower level, Room 041

This event is open to:

All-Access Pass Holders
Friday Day Pass Holders
Educational Pass Holders

Join Stanford Engineering faculty Joseph DeSimone, Renee Zhao, and Mark Skylar-Scott as they speak on the ways that 3D printing technologies are advancing human health. They will describe how their labs use 3D printing to create vaccine patches, engineer life-saving heart tissue, and produce tiny robots that can deliver targeted drugs or break up clots. This event will bring together faculty from the departments of Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Bioengineering. The flash talks will include:

After the talk, please join us for a reception to follow.

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