Three-dimensional (3D) printing refers to a number of manufacturing technologies that generate a physical model from digital information.
In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the University of Zenica has been working on research and innovation potential for a few years, analysing how to use 3D technologies in medicine and health science while having long-lasting cooperation with Italian institutions. In this framework the project focuses on the transfer of know-how and cooperation on the potential usage of 3D technologies in the field of medicine and health care also in the context of COVID-19 response as a basis for rapid prototype technology.
This project is a great opportunity to develop and strengthen the competences related to 3D technology in medicine and health care firstly at the level of higher education (university) by involving students in innovation and research protocols thanks to the involvement and cooperation with two Italian Universities (the University of Pavia and the Politecnico of Torino).
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