3D Printing for More Efficient Chemical Research

News   Apr 18, 2017 | Original story from University of Helsinki

 
3D Printing for More Efficient Chemical Research

Tiny blue 3D printed microreactor saves time. Gianmario Scotti, Markus Haapala and Sofia Nilsson no longer need to use the cleanroom for preparing samples for mass spectrometry analysis. Credit: University of Helsinki

 
 
 

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