Recently two of the Health Science Librarians, Molly Higgins and Jamie Saragossi presented, “A Comparison of two 3D printing programs in Academic Library Settings” at the annual SUNY Librarians Association conference. The presentation highlighted how 3D printing is being introduced to students and adopted into health sciences curricula at different institutions.
Being familiar with this emerging technology and the benefits it can bring into clinical practice is a great advantage to any student or practitioner. Jamie and Molly presented on various ways in which this technology can be brought to students, faculty and clinicians with libraries facilitating access.
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