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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.
Fabulous bees need fabulous, sustainable 3D Printed Beehives. HiveHaven was making great strides, but now they've put the project on hold. What happened?
With Earth Day coming up this weekend, why not celebrate by 3D printing a DIY greenhouse dome for your garden? Polish up that green thumb, it's time to use those maker skills for a Mother Nature-approved project.
In the future, a self-sufficient 'Aquaponic home' could allow your family to grow veggies and fish without waste or pollution.
Upcyle a plastic water bottle into a home for your flowers, using an elegant 3D printed vase by designer Libero Rutilo.
Beekeeping startup HiveHaven is crowdfunding a 3D printed "Bee Box", to save the bees from the pest, disease and overheating issues which threaten bees globally.
A team of Dutch designers are creating bioplastics and biopolymers made from organic aquatic plant material.
Food 3D printers will be used to make complex foods, such as meat, as well. If not from molecules and atoms, then, at least, from lab grown cells.
The Housing & Development Board (HDB) in Singapore has developed a new 3D printable, silicon-based material which it plans to incorporate into the roofing of its flats to provide better protection against the city state's heat.
How high can a wind turbine go? Professor Eric Loth hopes to build a 1,650 foot high turbine out at sea and is exploring 3D printing blades.
Prototyped with 3D printing on an Ultimaker 2+, the Cora Ball is designed to stop microfibres from your laundry leeching into the ocean.
Scientists at the University of Sydney are developing virtual 3D maps of dying coral reefs to print artificial replacements.
Vultures are a critically endangered species, but with these 3D printed eggs there's a solution to help them to survive and thrive.
Two students are using 3D printing to combat the Flint water crisis. Can 3D Printed water filter “The Trunk” make a difference?
WASP was founded to 3D print homes from 100% natural resources. With 3D printed concrete, they could cut Carbon Dioxide emissions in half.
In what could be a major ecological breakthrough, scientists have accidentally invented a mutant enzyme that likes to feast on PET plastic.
Researchers from the University of Delaware have developed a 3D printed smart window that could help cool the masses.