HRL Laboratories in California have made a metallurgical breakthrough; a technique to successfully 3D print high-strength aluminum alloys.
At NYU School of Medicine, a collaborative team are working on 3D printing multi-colored models of prostate cancer for pre-surgical planning.
Researchers at Wyss Institute combine 3D printing of stretchable inks with electronic components to make wearables more flexible.
MIT researchers develop 3D printable expanding polymer structure that will fold itself up as soon as it’s peeled off the print bed.
BiliScreen is an app and 3D printed device that takes pictures of the eye to measure jaundice and help early detection of pancreatic cancer.
3D Graphene is a super strong material made from compressed and fused flakes of graphene, tested by MIT researchers using 3D printing.
German company Nanoscribe is a world leader in “nanofabrication”, offering applications for medicine thanks to minuscule printing properties.
Duke University researchers have developed a hydrogel which can be used for printing meniscus implants perfect for easing aching knees.
Researchers from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, have developed a technique to print clear glass using desktop SLA 3D printers.
Students from Delft University of Technology have modfied a 3D printer to cast silicone for soft robotics in a process they call Ulticast.
Canadian researchers to study applications of artificial intelligence in manufacturing 3D printing materials under new innovation program.
Complex 3D printed silicone structures for medical implants are a step closer, thanks to a pioneering new support technique for 3D printing.
3D printing features in series pilot of CBS drama Pure Genius. But 3D printed hearts are not the stuff of fiction; they’re being made already.
CADSkills has developed a titanium 3D printed implant called AMSJI which saves patients from discomfort and speeds up recovery.
With desktop 3D printing and empty plastic bottles, TrussFab software can design large structures sturdy enough to carry human weight.
Cancer patients at Banner Health’s NCMC Oncology Department will receive 3D printed precise molds, called bolus, for radiation treatment.
Researchers from ETH Zurich have developed an entirely soft artificial heart made with a 3D printing and lost-wax casting technique.