GLASGOW, Scotland (TG Daily) - Scientists at the University of Glasgow have created a new 3D printing process that they say could lead to 'DIY drugstores' in the home.
Using a commercially-available 3D printer the team has built what it calls 'reactionware', a process of creating a special vessel, a pill, which can be made from a polymer gel that can sit at room temperature.
the team believes it to be possible to add other chemicals to the gel which could potentially allow consumers to have access to a personal drug store. That way a personal designer drug could be created at home for a medication they need.
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