Sorry, Walter White. There's about to be a new gig in town, and it doesn't involve mixing volatile compounds in sketchy trailer park drug labs.
So say researchers at the University of Glasgow, who are reporting in the journal Nature Chemistry
that their novel tech, which they call "reactionware," could turn a commercially-available $2,000 3D printer into a drug lab
The team says its reactionware uses a robotically-controlled syringe to build objects out of a polymer-based gel that sets at room temperature. So instead of putting chemicals and catalysts in glassware to get a desired … Read more