BME Co-op student makes her mark during term at NRC

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

An undergraduate student at Waterloo Engineering made an impressive mark in a high-tech area of 3D printing during a co-op work term last year.

Kayley Ting, who is studying biomedical engineering, worked with experts at the National Research Council (NRC) of Canada to solve a messy problem in tomographic 3D printing, which involves the use of light to create objects from photocurable resin in vials.

"This is a terrific example of how our students and employers like the NRC both benefit from our co-op program," said Mary Wells, the dean of Waterloo Engineering.

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