Vsevelod Alekseyev's research while affiliated with National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and other places

Publications (3)

Poster
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In an online sea of 3D-printable gadgets and widgets numbering into the thousands, there are few models relevant to biomedical research or education, and designing such models can be difficult or time-consuming. In answer to this, the NIH is making high-quality, scientifically accurate, 3D-printable files available through an online portal. The NIH...
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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has launched the NIH 3D Print Exchange, an online portal for discovering and creating bioscientifically relevant 3D models suitable for 3D printing, to provide both researchers and educators with a trusted source to discover accurate and informative models. There are a number of online resources for 3D prints...
Poster
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3D printing technology is widely used in industry to build prototypes, but has only recently become mainstream. 3D prints have proven their value in classroom-based instruction and biomedical research and communication, but much of their potential is unrealized. Though a few scientific models are available online, the expertise required to generate...

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... In order to vet designs, governments could provide funding to universities, companies, and/or utilize technical staff at government labs. Already, the U.S. National Institute of Health maintains an open design database called the 3D Print Exchange [214] and the United Nations is evaluating starting an open hardware database for appropriate technology to meet its sustainable development goals [215]. ...