Our unique laboratory course “Advanced Physical Organic Laboratory” aims to prepare and qualify students for the “real-life” in Israeli’s high-tech industry in terms of both selection of relevant topics and in developing their ability to conduct independent team R&D effort on subjects that are not included in their B.Sc. studies. One of the tasks in this laboratory is additive manufacturing through 3D printing. This task includes building a simple “printer” based on an overhead projector and the development and characterization of the “ink” used for printing. The image below is an example of what our most talented and creative students, Ilan Korman, Or Loit and Rita Pasivsky, have produced this year.