Scientists 3D print dope new open-source cannabis-smoking 'Lung Simulator'

Friday, February 26, 2021

Andrew DoxeyDr. Andrew Doxey along with MacMaster University Scientists and University of Waterloo PhD Student Jennifer Aguiar have 3D printed a live model that's capable of replicating the impact of smoking cannabis on the human lung. The team has been able to accurately map the body’s adverse responses to the recreational drug. Following their initial success, the researchers have now made their cannabis-monitoring device open-source, with the aim of enabling wider research to take place into widening the legalization of marijuana. 

Full journal article can be read at 3D print Industry

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