The 40-foot printer harvests raw materials from the surrounding area to construct zero-mile homes. Continue reading →
Coming at you this week at a high rate of speed: an express train between Los Angeles and Las Vegas and a 3-D printer that can print a house.
French designers propose an innovative shelter for Mars.
Resist your urge to think "another 3D printing application," because this one's pretty cool, and heartwarming. From dog legs to bird beaks, the technology is helping injured critters live fuller lives.
A report from defense contractor Qinetiq says 3-D printing and other advanced technologies are poised to revolutionize militaries.
How would you like to see the invisible? Explore the ocean 5,500 feet below the surface? Own a solar-powered car? Yes? Then read on.
Food designer prints edible snacks that grow from a mixture of seeds, spores and yeast. Continue reading →
Alternative energy is revving up without any emissions.
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