Synthetic Anatomy Residency

Synthetic Anatomy students, King’s College London

BETWEEN 28 FEBRUARY AND 28 MARCH

Students at King’s College London are working in residence in The Gut. Manipulating open source designs and 3D scans, the students are completing experiments exploring the functions and evolution of anatomical structures.

Drawing on their knowledge of how 3D printing is currently used in a surgical context, the Synthetic Anatomy students are imagining how 3D printing might be integrated into bodies of the future.

Drop into The Gut between 28 February and 28 March to see the students at work and print your own mini body part.

About the contributor(s) 

Find out more about related courses at King's College London:

Biomedical Engineering BEng

Anatomy, Developmental & Human Biology BSc