We are featuring a 3D print which is a part of a device that can rapidly detect COVID-19 based on the disease’s unique odor profile. The part is a lid required to fix a gas sensing chip to a detection board.
The print was submitted by Dr. Qicheng Zhang, postdoc in the Charlie Johnson Group, Department of Physics and Astronomy. It was printed in rigid resin using a Form2 printer. The device was featured at Penn Today.
Learn more about the Biomedical Library’s 3D printing service which is proud to print complimentary objects and provide 3D design consultations contributing to innovation in teaching, learning, research, and clinical care at the University of Pennsylvania.
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