French design students transform a commercial 3-D printer into a robotic tattoo machine -- and post the instructions online. Continue reading →
The lumps show a greater resemblance to natural cancer than do the two-dimensional cultured cells grown in a lab dish.
This week, we present a host of tech meant to save people and perhaps save the planet.
This week we focus on the future, when the world is flooded, when fossil fuels are defunct and when robots do the heavy-lifting.
Industrial robots could one day use bionic elephant trunks to change lightbulbs or pick apples. Continue reading →
Doctors and designers scanned the healthy side of the man's face and then used 3-D printing technology to fabricate new plates for reconstructive surgery on the damaged skull. Continue reading →
Scientists fabricated a realistic 3-D fingerprint with all its loops and swirls in a commercial 3-D printer.
Radical shifts in shoe design are just around the corner.
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