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BioPrint: 3D Technologies in the Medical Field

Exhibit Code: GOR-1000
Zone: Recreation Zone
Location: Gordon Field House and Activities Center (GOR/024) - Main Floor
Time: All Day
Appropriate for all ages? Yes

BioPrint is an interdisciplinary club hosted by the Biomedical Engineering Department at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Projects focus on the exploration of 3D technologies in the medical field. The club has two overarching goals. The first is to provide students with the opportunity to further their knowledge in disciplines such as 3D modeling and design, 3D printing, and material testing. The second is to promote collaboration and teamwork by fostering a venue for small teams focused on specific, yet multidisciplinary projects. We hope to attract students from different majors and with different skills to create a community with a common goal of advancing 3D technologies in the medical field. The club members will be showing off the projects they have been working on for the past year. These projects include animal prosthetics, assistive devices for a golfer with disabilities, automation of the 3D printed RIT ARM, and more!

Sean Bellefeuille, Will Byron, Abbi Miller, Cris Sochacki, Jacob Pincus, Aishwarya Uniyal


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