You never know what UAB researchers will carry around campus these days — pieces of a giant eyeball, a crime-scene footprint or perhaps a tool for the space station. Each one came from UAB's 3D Print Lab, where machines use superheated plastic to transform digital designs into touchable, portable objects. The lab, directed by Kenneth Sloan, Ph.D., is open to all UAB faculty and staff, offering its services for a flat fee of $20 per cubic inch printed. Discover how the technology adds new dimensions to efforts to treat diseases, catch criminals and solve scientific mysteries.
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