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Microscale 3D Printing: A Review

Microscale 3D printing is the use of additive manufacturing techniques to create structures with features as small as a few microns. As the demand for device miniaturisation grows, so does the demand for microscale 3D printing. There are some traditional methods for microfabrication. However, 3D printing processes have been found as a viable way for achieving real 3D microproducts. There are several methods for microscale 3D printing. This article will highlight some of the most essential and effective microscale 3D printing methods. It includes scanning micro stereolithography, projection micro stereolithography, two photon polymerisation, laser induced forward transfer, microscale selective laser sintering, microscale inkjet 3D printing, and micro extrusion 3D printing. This review will also take a glance at some of the uses of microscale 3D printing in the electronics and medical sectors.

Storyboarding in UIUX Samareh Ghaem Maghami Cademix Magazine Article

Storyboarding in UI/UX: Roles and How to Do It

In this article, we explain storyboarding and how it helps UI/UX designer. It specifically helps them to explain their ideas, designs and concepts to their teams, clients. Further it helps them to clarify the complex ideas to ordinary people, who are end-users and audience. We also discuss further impact and other importance of storyboarding in UI/UX design.
By: Samareh Ghaem Maghami, Cademix Institute of Technology

SDG Personal Experience Zahra Kamali C

SDG – Personal Experience

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and My Rural Entrepreneurship Experience is the subject of an article in which I discuss how I was able to meet more than three SDGs. In this article, I’ve also attempted to explain and discuss SDG goals from my Personal Experience. By Zahra Kamali, Cademix Institute of Technology

Maryam Vanaee Pectin Extraction Review Cademix Magazine Article

Pectin Extraction – A Review

Pectin has lately been studied for many applications in the food sector, as well as in the medical and pharmaceutical fields. In this article we review the methods for pectin extraction and their application. Extraction of pectin using various approaches has proven to be a difficult task that has yet to be solved. Recent studies on pectin extraction utilizing different with the goal of capturing the state of the art on current pectin extraction research. Different acids have been discussed in relation to extraction procedure.
By Maryam vanaee, Cademix Institute of Technology