"Most universities have dipped their toes into the 3D printing and makerspace waters, encouraging student innovators to develop prototypes of design ideas. But it is still uncommon for students, especially undergraduates, to get involved in the design of products that will have a significant impact in the real world."—Source: Campus Technology
WHY THIS MATTERS:
Read how an undergraduate student at Louisiana State University took an innovative approach, using 3D printing as a tool for cancer research.