Microbial interactions in 3D - one step into the future

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Henriette Lyng Røder


University of Copenhagen


DKK 39,944




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The adoption of 3D printing for research holds the potential to provide innovative flexible and rapid solutions for scientific research. This project will use consumer grade 3D printing for fast prototyping in experimental studies. Fundamental and applied research is by definition novel and innovative and always on the edge of the state of the art, and therefore day-to-day experimental work is often compromised because of lack of equipment or facilities that are designed for the specific tasks in question. With this grant we now have the opportunity to print our own custom equipment and supplies that are designed and developed specifically for individual scientific research questions. Thus, this simple addition extends the limits of what can be achieved experimentally using 3D printing.

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