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Thanks to researchers from Imperial College London, scientists can now 3D print a Raspberry Pi-powered mini lab to study fruit flies.
High schoolers joined SD Mines' Research and Engineering Apprenticeship summer program to make 3D printed rocket propellant.
Nanyang Technological University researchers 3D printed a sunflower which blooms in sunlight, even after being forced into a bud shape.
A TOTAL ECLIPSE is coming! Where in the United States are you? NASA is offering a set of 3D printable pinhole projectors for your home state.
Researchers from the Australian National University used 3D printing to show the link between a 400 million-year-old fish fossil and humans.
US Army Research Laboratory is lightening the load for soldiers with an aluminum-based powder which can hydrolyse water. Also, 3D printable!
Researchers from Texas Tech University are developing a way to strengthen 3D prints which relies on microwaves and carbon nanotubes.
A research team used sugar and 3D printing to create blocks of graphene. The new process could be a cheap and easy method of mass production.
Using digital scanning and the Form 2, Digital Smile Design allows dental patients to view the results of their procedure before it happens.
Students at the University of South Florida can take a Digital Dinosaurs class, teaching them about both 3D technology and the past.
German company Nanoscribe is a world leader in "nanofabrication", offering applications for medicine thanks to minuscule printing properties.
During Euroanaesthesia 2017 conference, experts said astronauts should receive extra training to fabricate their own medical equipment.
Researchers from the University of Bristol and BRL received funding to develop a biomimetic forebrain giving robot hands a sense of touch.
The 2017 Wellcome Image Awards took place this week and the shortlisted images are now on public display in galleries around the world.
India's first successful implantation of an artificial 3D printed vertebrae at a Gurgaon hospital allowed a 32-year-old woman to walk again.
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.
3D Graphene is a super strong material made from compressed and fused flakes of graphene, tested by MIT researchers using 3D printing.