Swiss researchers at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne have developed a way to 3D print microscopic structures with an optical fiber as thin as a human hair.
YouTuber Mattias Jähnke, aka engineerish, demonstrates how to build and read a binary clock. The parts include a Raspberry Pi, some LEDs, and a 3D printed case.
A team at the University of Minnesota created 3D printed artificial organs that offer better learning opportunities for surgical training.
MIT engineers developed new 3D printing inks from bacteria cells and hope to one day be able to print living computational, wearable platforms.
Irish company AquaRoot Technologies has developed a way to easily create irrigation pipes that are both biodegradable and customized.
Brooklyn Public Library is now home to a museum the size of a vending machine, featuring videos, holograms, and 3D prints of mollusks.
The Naturalis Biodiversity Center in the Netherlands used 3D scanning and printing to complete the third most complete T-Rex skeleton.
Researchers at Brown University have developed a technique for 3D printing biomaterial that falls apart when triggered.
Nanyang Technological University researchers 3D printed a sunflower which blooms in sunlight, even after being forced into a bud shape.
A team of scientists from the University of Oxford showed how it's possible to 3D print living mammalian cells into living tissue constructs.
Researchers from the Australian National University used 3D printing to show the link between a 400 million-year-old fish fossil and humans.
Researchers from Brigham Young University have created a custom SLA 3D printer and resin so they can print tiny microfluidics devices.
US Army Research Laboratory is lightening the load for soldiers with an aluminum-based powder which can hydrolyse water. Also, 3D printable!
In her spare time, enterprising 16-year-old Kavya Kopparupu has made a cheap and effective 3D printed system to diagnose diabetic retinopathy.
Researchers at UBC Okanagan’s school of engineering are developing 3D printed water quality sensors to ensure what we're drinking is safe.
Using digital scanning and the Form 2, Digital Smile Design allows dental patients to view the results of their procedure before it happens.
Students at the University of South Florida can take a Digital Dinosaurs class, teaching them about both 3D technology and the past.
Korean scientists, from KERI, developed a 3D printing method which can print nano, electronic tubes which could enhance wearable technology.
Researchers from the University of Bristol and BRL received funding to develop a biomimetic forebrain giving robot hands a sense of touch.
A team of researchers in the Netherlands has had a paper published, detailing an exciting new method to effectively 3D print bacteria.