Marine Corps veteran receives the first prosthetic which can be used on land or in water allowing him to swim with both legs again.
At East Stroudsburg University, students and professors can use a Stratasys J750 printer - this leads to some cool art such as this pineapple.
One teacher makes math lessons more interesting for pupils by incorporating 3D printing and offering a tangible use for their learning.
Highlighting the need for change in today's food supply chain, the Food by Design exhibition showcases new tech to help us eat better.
Lockheed Martin is making their design process more affordable and innovative with 3D imaging and virtual reality.
Technological company, Verbatim, is offering customers the chance to get their hands on new polypropylene (PP) 3D printing filament.
3D Hubs has released their 3D Printing Trends report for the second quarter of 2017, using the data from their global maker community.
Researchers from Binghamton University in New York are developing an artificial pancreas for Type 1 Diabetes sufferers using 3D bioprinting.
Cleveland Indians' star pitcher Corey Kluber kicked off the season in New Balance cleats equipped with 3D printed plates.
Agent Unicorn is a wearable developed by Anouk Wipprecht to help people with ADHD track their brain activity using electrodes and a camera.
When is a stained glass window not a stained glass window? When it's 3D printed and hand finished to look even better than the real thing.
MucoJet is a 3D printed capsule which offers an alternative to needle vaccinations and targets the buccal region of your mouth.
Aiming to make its debut bike personal, Italian Volt 3D prints parts of its Lacama electric motocycle to change its shape and characteristics.
Researchers have developed biocompatible materials from apple waste, which can be used as matrices to regenerate bone and cartilage tissues.
Wiivv has launched a second Kickstarter campaign, this time offering customized sandals so your feet are comfortable this summer.
Researchers from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are developing "direct metal writing" to improve the process of 3D printing metals.
Want homemade waffles everyday? Formlabs offers a sneak peak of their mouth wateringly good "Breakfast Extensions" for the Form 2 3D printer.