Researchers 3D print a miniature heart — using a patient’s own cells

Yes, scientists 3D-printed a heart.

3D printers weave wearable electronics into clothing

The technology is compatible with existing 3D printers.

Scientists learn how bone grows atom by atom, which could lead to better osteoporosis treatment

Bone growth had previously been somewhat of a mystery.

New 3D-printing process creates ligaments, tendons for transplant — paves the way for replacement organs

Print me a new me, please. Make me taller, too.

US Marines will save $70,000 by 3D-printing F-35 part

3D printing is making quite the splash in the military.

3D printing could revolutionize how we eat

The future is here, and it’s knocking on our doors.

Newly-developed 3D printing method uses cells, biomolecules to recreate tissues

The day when you can download and 3D print a sandwich inch ever closer.

Anthropologists recreate the face of a 9,000-year-old teenager

She looked nothing like you’d expect.

Researchers 3D-print shockingly realistic human organ models

This could soon pave the way for real, functioning organs.

3D-printed “living tattoo” turns bacteria into sensors and computers you can wear

Handy!

With Flink, researchers will be able to 3D print living minifactories

Ever needed a tiny, living factory? Of course you did, you just didn’t know it.

World’s smallest fidget spinner is no bigger than a human hair

3-D printing just got a lot sexier.

Chinese doctors replace woman’s vertebrae with 3D printed titanium implants

Medical technology is entering a new era.

Meet Tolley, the single most adorable robot you’ll ever see ever — who’s also a breakthrough

Cute + science = yesplease.

Female mice birth and nurse healthy offspring after being grafted with prosthetic ovaries

That’s a pretty impressive print.

3D-printed bionic skin can give bots a sense of touch, protect soldiers from explosions

Show me some skin!

Meet the future of construction: MIT prototype 3-D prints entire building

This could revolutionize how we build things both on Earth and other planets.

Novel technique can 3-D print intricate glass objects like a pretzel

You can apply the technique on any existing 3-D printer.

Want to save a lot of money around the house? Buy a 3D Printer

A 3-d printer can make anyone at least 1000% return on investment over five years.

Harvard pushes the boundaries and fully 3-D prints a heart-on-a-chip device

The new printing technique could be very useful for long-term medical studies.