University of Central Florida and NASA are researching how astronauts can 3D print habitats and tools on the Red Planet using Martian soil.
3D Graphene is a super strong material made from compressed and fused flakes of graphene, tested by MIT researchers using 3D printing.
India’s first successful implantation of an artificial 3D printed vertebrae at a Gurgaon hospital allowed a 32-year-old woman to walk again.
A hospital in Brisbane, Australia will host a biofabrication institute where cartilage, bone and tissue can be 3D printed for their patients.
106 Pounds Heavier Than Traditional Designs
Old and Fat Crash-Test Dummies to Better Represent Humans
As Americans age and gain weight, the traditional crash-test dummy is losing its relevance. Instead, 3D printing has helped create older – and even obese – alternatives.
Researchers from the University of Bristol and BRL received funding to develop a biomimetic forebrain giving robot hands a sense of touch.
Cambridge Scientists have created the WaterScope – 3D printed open source microscope to test for waterborne diseases in an affordable way.
Behold the 3D printed lunar phase clock, made with Arduino and open source tools, that reflects the phases of the moon with LED lights.
Researchers from University of California, Riverside developed a 3D printed LEGO style modular system for chemistry and biology instruments.
Scientist creates a set of beautiful 3D printed trilobites in steel, bronze and silver, using a Formlabs printer and metal printing service from Shapeways.
Students from Delft University of Technology have modfied a 3D printer to cast silicone for soft robotics in a process they call Ulticast.
The 2017 Wellcome Image Awards took place this week and the shortlisted images are now on public display in galleries around the world.
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.
The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory does top secret research into lasers, rocket ships, and 3D printing. Here’s a sneaky peek inside.
The boffins at MIT have created a shape changing interface called Materiable, which can mimic physical reactions with 3D printed blocks.