This could soon pave the way for real, functioning organs.
Ever needed a tiny, living factory? Of course you did, you just didn’t know it.
3-D printing just got a lot sexier.
Medical technology is entering a new era.
Cute + science = yesplease.
That’s a pretty impressive print.
Show me some skin!
This could revolutionize how we build things both on Earth and other planets.
You can apply the technique on any existing 3-D printer.
A 3-d printer can make anyone at least 1000% return on investment over five years.
The new printing technique could be very useful for long-term medical studies.
This is real custom work.
Amazing times ahead for medicine.
Take a look at this image. What do you think it is?
This is the closest we’ve come to seeing an ancient Egyptian woman.
You just can’t brush off this technology.
ZME Science has reported extensively on how 3-D printing is being implemented in the medical sector with some fantastic results. Yet, the real revolutionary thing about 3D printing – whether used for product prototyping, printing prostheses or spare parts on the International Space Station – is that anyone can use it. Such is the story of Michael Balzer who made
Harvard researchers have demonstrated an all new 3-D printing technique that creates metals objects with complex shapes right in mid-air. This is fundamentally different from the approach of traditional 3-D printers which ooze polymer material layer by layer.
Fake 3-D printed eggs packed with sensors help scientist learn how vultures incubate their eggs. This way, they might be one day able to incubate their own eggs, without having to rely on vultures.