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LUBBOCK – Researchers at Texas Tech University have developed a patent-pending technology which creates a ‘3D print-compatible’ glucose gel made primarily from cotton cellulosic fibre.

The team at the university’s Fibre and Biopolymer Research Institute believe the product could prove a versatile and cost-effective asset for the lucrative 3D print market.

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