Another dimension: Professor Marc in het Panhuis and PhD student Shannon Bakarich are building objects using 4-D printing, where time is the fourth dimension. Photo: University of Wollongong/Paul Jones

Scientists enter new dimension with 4D-printed lifesaving device

Scientists add extra dimension to 3D printing - time - creating personalised device to save lives of infants with severe airway disease that changes shape as they grow

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Another dimension: Professor Marc in het Panhuis and PhD student Shannon Bakarich are building objects using 4-D printing, where time is the fourth dimension. Photo: University of Wollongong/Paul Jones
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