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The professor USES 3D print to print flawless metal parts to monitor the printing process and eliminate defects in real time.
Apr 19, 2018

Rao previously received a $1 million grant from the national science foundation's network physics system (CPS) to collaborate with researchers at Virginia tech to develop a new 3D bio-printing process.The aim is to develop complex biological tissue for organ transplants, artificial meat and other purposes.

The connection threads between Rao's projects are fascinated by the data and analyze the physical processes in detail to improve them."One of my passions is to look at the data," he says."Whether it comes from the brain, the heart or the machine, the physical process is always trying to tell you something.Learn how to understand the system by listening to sensor signals and identifying what they want to say.It moved me."


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Teaching knowledge through education is also an important part of Rao's work.He is currently developing an undergraduate course focused on additive manufacturing and will allow students to gain as much hands-on experience as possible.Another program is an eight-week summer camp for native American students to learn 3D printing skills.He is working with the Navajo technology university in Crownpoint, new Mexico.


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