A more detailed and accurate prototype could allow physicians to better diagnose and treat heart disease. Continue reading →
It's the dawn of a new age: Freshly brewed coffee is being served on the International Space Station in specially designed 3-D printed microgravity cups.
This garment by Nadir Gordon looks like a one-piece suit, but is actually made of 14 units fused together.
An ultra-lightweight vehicle will built around a 3D-printed skeleton frame.
The man built two guns at home and then published a how-to video to YouTube, a major no-no in Japan.
A functioning artificial human brain could help scientists better understand and treat brain injuries and diseases like Alzheimer’s.
Harvard research team says the new breed of self-assembling robots could have applications in the home and in orbit. Continue reading →
There are few technologies as exciting as 3-D printing and a prototype printer has been given the all-clear by NASA for a microgravity mission to the International Space Station.
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