The Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) has made a tremendous amount of progress in the field of materials science, and much of that work has to do with 3D printing. The school’s researchers have used a hybrid 3D printing technique to create stretchable wearable electronics, and have developed novel 3D printing materials as well as metamaterials. Now SEAS has used 3D printing in the development of structural composite materials optimized for strength, stiffness and damage tolerance.
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