Researchers in Serbia have created a diagnostic tool to assess spine curvature in potential scoliosis patients. The benefits are less repeated radiation exposures, which are known to cause breast cancer in patients.
A cure for hearing loss? Researchers have created 3D printed custom-designed prosthetic replacements for damaged parts of the middle ear.
A puppy named Loca underwent extensive surgery after a savage attack. She's the first dog to receive a custom 3D printed mask.
Researchers have produced a special type of ink made from living bacteria which can be used for 3D printing applications.
Candid, the dental startup, raised $15 million in a Series A financing round and now plan to expand their operations to find new customers.
Researchers from Boston University and TU Delft are using 3D printing and infrared technology to create comfortable, custom orthopaedic casts.
Potent Rope is an edible cannabis filament which can be made using a regular desktop 3D printer, but beware of contamination before munching.
Surgeons in Australia are researching the use of 3D printing and robotics. They hope to make bone implants mid-surgery to help treat cancer.
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.
If you've ever broken your hand, you'll know of the pain of wearing an uncomfortable wrist brace. 3D printing to the rescue!
Stratasys is launching BioMimics, a platform that enables physicians to practice 3D printing accurate and complex anatomical structures.
There is no denying that 3D printing can make our lives easier. Below are inventions which can help you out on a daily basis either in a big or small way.
What’s the current status of 3D printed organs? Read our guide to 3D bioprinting & 3D printing organ companies to get an overview.
When it comes to 3D printed organs, some companies make bold statements. MHOX claim they will be offering 3D printed eyeballs by 2027.
College students in Cleveland, Ohio have designed and 3D printed assistive devices for disabled veterans according to their desires.
Yona Care is offering a new speculum design, developed using 3D printing, which hopes to make gynecologist trips more enjoyable.
One maker shares the story behind his 3D Printed Brain, and gives step-by-step instructions for turning any MRI into a printed creation.