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    • 3D Bioprinting of Bodyparts 

      Kobaissi, Nour; Teng, Lexian; Altawil, Abdalqader; Alkhader, Maher (2015-02-01)
      The growing demand for organs is placing pressure on both doctors and patients on waiting lists. The gap between the number of organ donors and the number of organ recipients has caused doctors to look for alternatives, ...
    • 3D Printers for Sustainable Construction 

      Kandil, Sara; Sulaiman, A.; Malke, Malek; Murad, Fadel Haj (2016-11)
      How can 3D printing contribute to the sustainability of building construction?
    • 3D Printing of Buildings on Construction Sites 

      Sultan, Afan; Zahid, Mohammad; Ahmed, Turki (2016-11)
      3D printing is a new technology that is still under development. 3D printing enables industry to construct buildings and structures quickly and efficiently at low cost. Cost reduction results from reduced expenditure on ...
    • Construction with Contour Crafting 

      Chazi, Mohamed; Mokhtar, Ali; Awwad, Ameen (2016-11)
      The emirate’s population is growing 7% year-on-year, meaning that at least 75,000 new properties are needed each year to keep up with demand. The number of properties for sale in Dubai is beginning to fall below the level ...
    • Printing Human Organs Using Biotechnology 

      Sahyoun, Abdulwahab; Hajj, Ahmad; Shokrollah, Ebrahim (2015-02-01)
      3D bio-printing is a relatively new development in the medical field. It is defined as the process of creating and generating functional human organs using 3D printers.
    • Widening the Scope of 3D Printers 

      Suwaidi, Shaima; Hammadi, Yousif; Barghouti, Fasial; Ateek, Abdulaziz (2014-07-22)
      3D printers were founded by Charles Hull in 1986 and were made available to the public through his company 3D systems. 3D Printers are currently being used in many industries including the Aviation, Automotive and Medical ...