#3dMed19 hasn’t even started yet and some of our faculty and attendees can’t contain themselves. We love Twitter, and the hashtags and mentions have already started flowing. If you can’t be at the conference then follow the #3dmed19 hashtag on Twitter, or if you really want to get #meta them keep an eye on the leaderboard over at Symplur.
After making it through the Graeme Clark Institute Healthtech Innovation Challenge 2019 as a Finalist, we sadly missed out on the top prize. It was a fascinating evening and the winner, a halo refringence adaptor for standard microscopes, was well-deserved. Congratulations!
Thanks to our student and Research Platforms co-ordinators Gordon Chen and Eric Jong 3dMedLab was pleased to support the #3Devices Medical Device Hackathon at the University of Melbourne over the past few weeks.
Interested in innovation? Curious about 3D printing?— Gordon Chen (@GHJChen) March 14, 2019
3Devices, a 3D printing hackathon @unimelb is here! Over 4 nights, prototype a device in teams that you can present to an expert and industry panel.https://t.co/HKbFjzMRnu@ResPlat @UniMelbMDHS, @engunimelb pic.twitter.com/SzuaEvuPRE
We kicked off with introductory talks on March 28 along with a “speed-dating” session to match up bright minds in Medicine, Dentistry, Allied Health and Engineering, along with some inspiring talks.