Printing 3-D Molecules

View some molecular models produced by fast and inexpensive 3-D printing processes, and learn how they’re yielding a fuller understanding of biochemical interactions. 

By | July 1, 2012

Three molecular models from Scripps Tangible Model Service

Three molecular models from Scripps Tangible Model Service

ADAM GARDNER

Printing 3-D Molecules Image Gallery

View some molecular models produced by fast and inexpensive 3-D printing processes, and learn how they’re yielding a fuller understanding of biochemical interactions.

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