Read the latest news and stories about Nia, 3D PrintAbility, and other projects.
Sitting in a hospital in southern Uganda, University of Toronto researcher Matt Ratto had a brief moment of disbelief. (2016)read more
“Together, we are creating a system that builds on the skills and expertise of orthopaedic clinicians, allowing them to minimise time on manual production and maximise time on decisions about device design, fit and patient care.” (2016)read more
Video: Nia Technologies and CoRSU Hospital are helping to restore mobility for physically disadvantaged people, who cannot afford imported artificial limbs. (2016)read more
CoRSU Rehabilitation Hospital is once again hosting Canadian researchers from Nia Technologies (2016).read more
3ders.org: Nia Technologies receives $1.5M CAD to develop ‘3D PrintAbility’ 3D printed prosthesis project
3D PrintAbility is a 3D scanning and printing project, described by Nia as a “deployable digital toolchain”, which aims to deliver 3D printed prosthetic devices to children in developing countries (2016).read more
Grand Challenges Canada, Google.org, Autodesk Foundation, and Stronger Philanthropy fund Nia Technologies (2016).read more
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