3D printing

The first FDA approved 3D printed pharmaceutical is an epilepsy drug produced by Aprecia Pharmaceuticals Company (“Aprecia”). In its press release, Aprecia noted that the epilepsy drug, called Spritam® levetiracetam, has been approved for oral use to treat partial onset seizures, myoclonic seizures... read more
Science-fiction minus fiction equals a 3D printer on your desk top. Your youngest kid barrels into your home office crying that his favorite plastic toy broke, so simply print him a new one. Of course, 3D printing is not limited to our favorite polymer-based synthetic. Just imagine printing your... read more