Engineers at Rice University used 3D printers to make theoretical schwarzites into physical structures. Math just got real, people.
Researchers say counterfeits and product piracy can be prevented by innovative security features like 3D printed microstructures.
Algorithm developed by engineering researchers at University of Michigan allows desktop 3D printers to boost speed without impacting quality.
Aluminum foil and 3D printing can boost the range and security of your Wi-Fi router, according to new research from Dartmouth College.
A research group from University of Nottingham has developed a novel method to 3D print functional electronic circuits.
Fraunhofer ILT and Rapid Shape GmbH are developing "TwoCure", a resin-based 3D printing process that eliminates the need for supports.
Researchers from TU Delft have developed self-folding origami-style 3D structures using sequential shape shifting mechanisms.
With a 3D printed turtle or baseball, say MIT researchers, you have the tools you need to spoof a neural network in the physical world.
Using 3D printing technology, MIT researchers have developed a microfluidic device capable of producing nanofiber meshes.
With desktop 3D printing and empty plastic bottles, TrussFab software can design large scale structures sturdy enough to carry human weight.
Austrian researchers have developed a process to create objects that can self-transform from 2D to 3D without external influence.
Raoul Leering, head of international trade analysis at ING, believes that 3D printing could erase a quarter of global trade by 2060.
HRL Laboratories in California have made a metallurgical breakthrough; a technique to successfully 3D print high-strength aluminum alloys.
CADSkills has developed a titanium 3D printed jaw implant called AMSJI, aiming to reduce patient discomfort and cut down on recovery time.
German company Nanoscribe is a world leader in "nanofabrication", offering applications for medicine thanks to minuscule printing properties.
Researchers at Wyss Institute combine 3D printing of stretchable inks with electronic components to make wearables more flexible.
Researchers at MIT engineer 3D printed pasta sheets that transform into 3D shapes when dunked in water; could save food shipping costs.