Ricoh accelerates 3D tissue engineering research using 3D printers

Accordint to an interview with researchers of Ricoh’s Future Technical Research Institute, the company will accelerate research to create human tissues by arranging human cells in 3D, using bio 3D printers. Nikkei Biotech news release, December 26, 2016

Kyoto City builds large wood biomass power station

The output will be 6800 kW and provide eletricity for 15,000 households in Maizuru, Kyoto city. 90 % of the raw material used are plywood chips regionally produced. The power plant will start operation in April 2020. China Bio news release, December 28,...