In the fall of 2015, we were lucky enough to tell the story of two North Dakota State University studentss who have created a way to manufacture 3D printed artificial bones and potentially change the realm the medical industry. For one of the NDSU students, the story doesn’t end there.
Every year, Forbes does their “30 Under 30” list, which consists of who they believe to be the top and brightest entrepreneurs, leader and stars of the year. This year, NDSU’s, and Fargo’s very own, Andrew Dalman, CEO of Advanced Bone Technology, made the list under the manufacturing category.
The following is from Forbes’ web article:
“Dalman developed a patented composition for the manufacture of 3D printed artificial bones, to be used in place of cadavers for medical research. He is developing another product to potentially be used as part of a prosthetic limb. He also consults for startups to provide help with design and prototyping.”
Be sure to not only continue to follow Dalman and his partner in their extraordinary creation but to also check out our story about the two of them and the little boy’s life they may change.
To read the full Forbes article, click here.