3D Printing for Medical Applications

  • 28 Aug 2014
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • The Edge, State Library of Queensland, Stanley Place, Cultural Centre, Southbank
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    Includes drinks & canapes

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Join us for an exciting evening of seminars, live demonstrations and networking exploring the exciting world of 3D printing technology.

Learn about the amazing 3D printing capabilities in Queensland and discover how this technology translates into medical applications, from bone tissue and robotic prosthetic hand, through to 3D printed soles.

Those in ICT or Life Sciences industries will gain an insight into the latest technology used in these applications.

With an extraordinary line up of speakers and a chance to witness a LIVE printing of a prosthetic hand, this event is set to be a highlight of the STEM agenda in Brisbane.  The seminars and demonstrations will be followed by a panel Q&A session and networking,  

This is a rare opportunity and an event not to be missed by anyone is life sciences or ICT.


Daniel Flood
from The Edge: 3D printing at the Edge and the Open Hand Project

Dr Olga Panagiotopoulou
from University of Queensland: An integrative 3D analysis to study body motion

A/Prof Mia Woodruff
from QUT:  “Biofabrication”  - 3D printing of bone and tissue replacement

Ms Katie Green
from 3D orthotics – 3D printing in practice

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