May 06, 2021 08:03 AM (GMT+8) · EqualOcean
According to the website of daily science, an international research team has used 3D printer and a novel bioprinting technology for the first time to print algae into photosynthetic materials with toughness and elasticity, which are expected to be widely used in energy, medical and fashion fields. The related research was published in the Journal of advanced functional materials.