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Herrmann's results on 3D printed teeth now also featured in The Guardian

31 October 2015

Herrmann's recent article on 3D printed antibacterial teeth becomes more and more public. After a feature in New Scientist last week, it made it to The Guardian this week. The article highlights the "bacteria-fighting plastic" as the future of dentistry. Here you can read the full article.

Last modified:02 November 2015 10.15 a.m.

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