Apr 16, 20202:00 PM - 3:30 PM
3D printing is revolutionizing our world with advances in medicine, food, energy, and water technologies. Additive manufacturing places macromolecules in precise locations to prepare complex geometric objects of advanced materials in a more sustainable manner, leading to more efficient use and less waste. Furthermore, there is a high number of opportunities for chemists and materials scientists in the 3D printing area. It is important to understand the methods and demands for high performance and formulated structure-composition-property relationships.