Thanks to 3D printed prosthetics, many lives are changing for the better. Read on to learn about the most promising projects!
Interest and biomedical demand for 3D bioprinting continue to increase. Learn all about 3D printing in medicine.
3D printing is becoming a preferred manufacturing method for load-bearing orthopedic implants. Find out why your next implant is likely to be 3D printed.
Living in a big city, with concrete on all sides? Cultivate a bit of green on your windowsill with our guide to 3D printed hydroponics.
3D bioprinting has come a long way over the last decade. Find out the latest developments in 3D printed organs and body parts.
3D printed bones are no longer a thing of the future; they're very real! Read on to learn about 3D printed bone projects in medicine today.
Sadly, many leg amputees do not have artificial limbs, but the situation is improving. Check out the most promising 3D printed prosthetic legs!
If you've ever broken your hand, you'll know of the pain of wearing an uncomfortable wrist brace. 3D printing to the rescue!
As 3D printing technology becomes more affordable, its use in developing 3D printed orthopedic casts becomes a more advantageous approach to treating bone fractures.
3D bioprinted organs, especially hearts, are slowly becoming a reality. Learn about the most promising 3D printed heart projects of 2020.
More and more, 3D printed medical devices are making the lives of doctors and patients easier. Learn about some of the many kinds of devices that already exist!
Dr. Tarek Loubani developed a 3D printed stethoscope which can be made using recycled plastic in 3 hours for just $3. The device is especially useful in low-income countries which have little access to diagnostic tools.
A woman in China received two 3D printed teeth during an operation which was performed entirely by a robot dentist in Xi'an, Shaanxi, province.
Similar to the way the World Wide Web democratized news, education, and entertainment, 3D printing has the potential to democratize the manufacturing of certain goods.
Researchers from the Queensland University of Technology propose 3D printing tissue-engineered constructs as a graft to assist in nipple reconstruction for women who've undergone a mastectomy.