Scientists at the University of Glasgow have successfully implemented an innovative new treatment for creating synthetic bones into a dog. The process is hoped to lead to human bone implants from a 3D printer.
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MIT have used 3D printing to replicate the innate toughness of a conch shell. The research found a 3D printed structure was up to 85% stronger by mimicking the criss-crossed layers typically found in the shell. The
The U.S Department of the Navy (DoN) has revealed plans to use a blockchain to control its 3D printers.
Lithuanian software company, Neurotechnology has announced the development of a 3D printer that operates using ultrasonic particle manipulation. The ultrasonic 3D printing technology was demonstrated
Blackbelt has finally released further details of its 3D printer that combines 3 print heads with a conveyor belt system. The team at Blackbelt have caused quite a stir on social media with teases of the device and have now
Aerojet Rocketdyne has reported two significant milestones have been reached in the development of the 3D printed AR1 rocket engine. Following successful hot fire tests, the engine also completed its Critical Design Review
As statuesque models glide way down the runway, glaring ahead in the most glamorous of ways, excited crowds gather to see the latest in styles, with many imagining in their minds exactly how they would feel
Whether it’s Rome, Paris, Hong Kong or New York – we all have that one city lodged in the back of our mind that we would just love to visit or return to. Though real life often gets in the way, one Japanese company is now
Time, the elusive measurement of entropy that ticks away our moments until death (and possible rebirth?). That measurement has mutated from simple sundials to complex smartwatches without its actual
I’ll never forget the time when, at the invincible age of 13, I was playing tag with some neighborhood friends and, suddenly BAM I tripped and broke my hand in three places. I remember the adrenaline
Coming out of Sweden, the startup CELLINK has been working to revolutionize the 3D bioprinting market, releasing their unbelievably low-priced INKREDIBLE desktop bioprinter last year for