Using 3D printers to create biological structures has become widespread.
Printing electronics has made similar advances, particularly for low-cost, low-power disposable items. The first successful combination of these two technologies has recently been reported by a group of researchers at Princeton.
They report in a recent issue of ACS NANO Letters that their new device can receive a wide range of frequencies using a coiled antenna printed with silver nanoparticles.
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