LIBRARY SERVICES (PHASE 2 - FURTHER OPENING)
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IMPact@SUTD, a monthly update featuring the latest published research works of SUTD faculty and researchers.
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Fabrication of paper microfluidic devices using a toner laser printer

 RSC Advances

Design and development of a novel 3D-printed non-metallic self-locking prosthetic arm for a forequarter amputation

Prosthetics and Orthotics International

The associations between older adults’ daily travel pattern and objective and perceived built environment: A study of three neighbourhoods in Singapore
Transport Policy

SUTD Author: Ng Shizhao James and Michinao Hashimoto

 

We developed a method of fabricating paper-based analytical devices(PADs) using the widely available laser printer and a hotplate.  The paper-based device was cleaned with bleach to remove aldehydes due to pyrolysis of filter paper at high temperature. It eliminated the need for specialized equipment for the construction of PADs.”-- Ng Shizhao James

SUTD Author: Trevor Binedell, Eugene Meng and Karupppasamy Subburaj

 

Often patients are treated with standard prosthetic components; however, the use of user-design, digital scanning, and 3D-printing has elevated the levels of patient-specific care to create individual designs that meet users’ needs and improved patient outcomes.”--- Karupppasamy Subburaj

SUTD Author: Yuting Hou, Winston Yap and Belinda Yuen

 

“Provision of covered walkways and proximity to wet markets, parks and places of worship significantly encourage more daily walking trips for older adults, and their effects are not influenced by how people perceive about these environmental features. However, high perceptions of transit access and pedestrian connections increase daily transit use.”--- Yuting Hou

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