3D printing for medical supplies now possible in space, thanks to a Toronto doctor who founded the company, 3D4MD.
A combined research team from MIT and the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) created a new kind of structure that can “remember” its original shape, and return to it even after being deformed.
A new squishy and tiny robot octopus wants to prove that robots can be safe, cute and interactive unlike other stiff and terminator-like robots.
Mercedes Benz 3D Printing produces various plastic truck components and other car parts from old catalogs or model lines.
What is a "chemputer" and what good does it bring to the 3D printing and military dro ne technology? Learn all about it here.
A printer to print your house, soon.
The 3D printing evolves into 4D printing wherein you can print objects and then reshape themselves or self-assemble over time.
The aerosol jet printing technology can make significant changes on NASA's space missions.
Researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence laboratory utilize 3D printing to develop robots that can walk by themselves.
Imagine "printing" replacement tissue. That's exactly what researchers are aiming for. Now, scientists have proved that it's possible to print living tissue structures to replace injured or diseased tissue in patients.
Researchers develop new "excited state proton transfer catalysis" that can enable scientists to observe and control basic chemical reactions.