Hanna is a freelance journalist and writer from a dead-end county in deepest England who has come to Berlin to seek her fortune and write about the future (see:3D printing). Avid internet enthusiast and night owl.
Viral Pokeball Aimer caused Etsy store to close in order for Cleaver to catch up with the demand from all the desperate Pokemon players.
French 3D printing startup Biomodex are working on creating realistic organ replicas which can give surgeons precise practice.
It could be that soon humans will live in 3D printed houses on the moon – at least that's one professor's dream anyway.
Looks like a toy, behaves like a professional: 3D printable toy robot "Marty" helps anyone, especially kids, explore the field of robotics.
Powered by a Raspberry Pi, the TyTelli is a DIY 3D printed smartphone which anyone can make for themselves.
A design studio which focuses on bringing together designers and 3D printing transformative technology has just released a beautiful tea set which features a perforated sugar spoon.
If you've ever broken your hand, you'll know of the pain of wearing an uncomfortable wrist brace. 3D printing to the rescue!
This gang of schoolkids have designed a 3D printed prosthetic boot for Purps the penguin. What have you achieved today?
A rare red-crowned crane has received its very own 3D printed beak after breaking the upper part in a fight with another bird.
Poachers are the absolute scum of the earth. Conservationists have a new weapon to help fight them: 3D printed turtle eggs with GPS tracking.
If you're interested in cosplay, this Sci-Fi inspired, "Elysium" themed 3D printed exoskeleton could be the perfect next build.
This is a 35% scale model of a Subaru engine, the EJ20 flat-four, which is not only 3D printable but also fully functional.
Dead battery blues when playing Pokémon Go? You’re not alone. Here’s a 3D printed Pokédex to work around the problem.
This robot massage therapist from Singapore uses 3D printed parts. It could be the perfect therapist... it'll never get tired of massaging (and listening) to you.
A simple 3D printed solution to a complex problem could help reduce the anxiety of drivers and officers during traffic stops in the US.
According to US defense contractor Raytheon, 3D printers will soon be used on the frontline to repair and replace missile parts, eliminating supply risks and speeding up research.
World's largest truck manufacturer Mercedes-Benz has a massive inventory of spare parts, and soon many of them will be 3D printed on demand.