Researchers from the University of Fribourg (Switzerland), University of Michigan, and UC San Diego have 3D bioprinted an electric eel-inspired device that produces 110 volts from hydrogels. They presented their findings last week in San Francisco, Cal…
Medical and pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson is opening a dedicated 3D bioprinting lab at Ireland’s Trinity College Dublin. The lab will occupy a 100-square-meter space at the university’s Biomedical Sciences Institute building.
An Australian artist has come up with a novel idea for saving declining bee populations. The conceptual project, called “Synthetic Polleniser,” relies on 3D printed robotic flowers and artificial pollination to encourage bees to breed.
Fashion house Gucci sure turned heads this week at its Fall 2018 runway show in Milan…but not in the way you’d expect.
In Missouri, a teenager has 3D printed a custom prosthetic arm for his veteran amputee father, while across the pond in the UK, a father has 3D printed a prosthesis for his 10-year-old son, who was born without a left hand. It’s a lovely snapshot of 3D printing in 2018.
Made In Space, the Silicon Valley company that sent the first 3D printer into space, has announced its latest additive manufacturing feat: it has received the Guinness World Record for the world’s longest 3D printed object.
A team of students from the Eindhoven University of Technology’s TU/ecomotive group has designed a 3D printed concept car that showcases the potentials of automotive evolution and, importantly, sustainable mobility. The concept vehicle, named Noah, was designed in collaboration with Oceanz, a Netherlands-based 3D printing company.
Frenchman Martin Fourcade, winner of five biathlon gold medals at the Winter Olympics, has been shooting his way to victory using a rifle made with 3D printing technology. The rifle was developed by Athletics 3D – Olympics & Fitting and prototyped on a Zortrax 3D printer.
Star Trek Online, the massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), now lets gamers 3D print their starships. The cool 3D printing feature comes thanks to a partnership between software company Perfect World, developer Cryptic Studios, and c…
A team from the University of Hong Kong’s robotic fabrication LAB is exhibiting a three-square-meter pavilion made from 3D printed terracotta bricks. It is being displayed at the Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture (UABB) in Shenzhen, China.