Industrial Development of 3D printing in the Biomedical field

The Report on “Industrial Development of 3D Printing in the Biomedical Field” is the outcome of a two-years-long process which started with a mapping of relevant stakeholders, continued with two Industrial Dialogues (Munich and Milan) that resulted in six co-designed toolboxes for Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), and ended with a Pilot activity where two of the tools were tested in an industrial setting.

The process has led to the identification of a long list of benefits deriving from adopting RRI practices in this industrial context.

Here you can find five Executive Summaries of the Report, differentiated by target audience:

Executive Summary for Industry

Executive Summary for Civil Society Organisations

Executive Summary for Policy Makers

Executive Summary for the RRI Community

Executive Summary for Funders

 

Click here to download the full Report on “Industrial Development of 3D Printing in the Biomedical Field (3DMed)”, or access specific chapters according to your interests. In particular:  

If you work in the 3D Printing biomedical industry sector, you might be particularly interested in

 If you are a member of a civil society organisation, you might be particularly interested in

 If you are a policy maker, you might be particularly interested in

 If you are a member of the RRI community, you might be particularly interested in

If you are an investor in the 3D Printing Biomedical field, you might be particularly interested in

 

 

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for research and innovation, under grant agreement no. 710500