Singapore, U.K., promote 3D printing for medical education

Clinicians at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, in collaboration with Imperial College London in the U.K., have created 3D-printed anatomical models based on medical images to support medical education, according to a report from News Medical.

Thanks to the joint effort by both institutions, students at the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine in Singapore have access to 3D-printed models with colors and texture resembling properties of the real human body.

The groups are additionally exploring the possibility of offering the medical students a mobile app that uses artificial intelligence algorithms to display animated virtual 3D models.

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