Makers rejoice! Autodesk is providing their most popular 3D design software packages free to over 1000 Fab Labs around the world.
Do you like the idea of your morning alarm running away when you reach for the snooze button? Check out the 3D printed phones on wheels.
What to do when the Armies of Darkness are looming on your doorstep? The 3D Prepper forgoes the boomstick and the chainsaw for a 3D printer.
This gang of schoolkids have designed a 3D printed prosthetic boot for Purps the penguin. What have you achieved today?
Wanna show off your design skills? How about helping those in need? You can do both with the Within Reach Summer Design Challenge.
Barclays Eagle Labs announce a collaboration with 3D printing platform MyMiniFactory to provide high-quality 3D printable content.
For 3D printing in space, a Martian mini farm and a melanized fungarium are the winners of NASA's "Star Trek Replicator" contest.
Prince Harry visited a group of enterprising schoolkids who will be the first in the UK to build and race their own 3D printed race karts.
Fittle Fish is an accessible learning toy for visually challenged kids. Playful puzzles help them learn new words and visualise object shapes.
The fablab concept goes mobile with FabBus, a renovated Berlin city bus with twelve 3D printers and eight CAD workstations on board.
Polish students are building a planetary rover with 3D printed parts, specially designed to explore the bumpy terrain of the planet Mars.
Smithsonian Science Education Center and National Space Society have teamed up for Next-Generation Space Education Program “Enterprise In Space”.
Want to see a 3D printed robot scorpion? This modular hexapod from Ghent University is sure to grab your attention.
Barclays is opening "Eagle Labs" Makerspaces on UK high streets to educate the public about new technology. Do big banks and 3D printing mix?
Zortrax are going strong in Poland with the opening of a store in Warsaw, and their 3D printers adopted by academic instituions throughout the country.
3D Printing can bring exciting changes to schools across the curriculum, but only if it stays open, accessible, and focused.
By turning used plastic into sunglasses, phone cases and toys, 3D printing is being used to encourage children to go to school.