At the Sony PlayStation Campus in California, Gary Barth uses stereolithography 3D printing to bring video game characters and items to life.
IBM and ETH Zurich have used 3D printing to construct a redox flow battery that could enhance energy storage.
With her latest exhibition, artist Morehshin Allahyari questions how to responsibly recreate ancient artefacts destroyed by ISIS.
Formlabs announces two new biocompatible resins and a partnership with 3Shape. Both could simplify 3D printing for dentists everywhere.
The Victoria Hand Project (VHP) is up for the chance of winning $750,000 from the Google.org Impact Challenge. You can help out by voting.
The 2017 Wellcome Image Awards took place this week and the shortlisted images are now on public display in galleries around the world.
The latest project from Adafruit is a pair of a 3D printed electronic sunglasses, where you control the tint with a flip of a switch. Funky!
Oculus publishes CAD files for custom-made Touch accessories, allowing you to 3D print your own VR add-ons.
Building on a foundation of printing technologies, HP opens a new lab dedicated to accelerating materials development.
Syqe Medical, the creator of the 3D printed medical cannabis inhaler, just received Nano Dimension's Dragonfly 2020 electronics 3D printer.
With a new “SpeedCell” system and the industrial-grade “M2” 3D printer, Carbon 3D enters the realms of high-volume manufacturing.
Meet PERK, a caffeine-fiend's dream. Designed by Jakub Svec, this Third Wave capable coffee machine has just gone live on Kickstarter.
Australian fashion studio MAAK has a 3D printed dress made from butterflies to showcase at Vancouver Fashion Week 2017.
After helping Formlabs become the front-runner in desktop SLA 3D printing, the Form 1+ has officially been laid to rest.
Students in 6th grade used 3D modelling and printing to create movable type for their school's 19th century Chandler & Price printing press.
Discovered in 18th-century Italy -- and entertaining historians ever since -- the pork clock sundial works once again thanks to 3D printing.
The global tech giant Siemens has used 3D printing to create the first operational nuclear power plant part. They've also optimized gas turbines with 3D printed blades.