Scientists have discovered a new way to save the hassle of cutting fossils out of rocks - simply scan and print a new one!
The parts produced by some commercial 3D printers are toxic to fish embryos, according to bioengineers.
Engineers at Carnegie Mellon University have successfully created thin, hair-like strands of plastic, using an off-the-shelf 3D printer.
Researchers have taken an off-the-shelf 3D printer and modified it to create models of human organs from biological materials.
Dental researchers have developed an anti-microbial plastic that could be use to 3D-print false teeth that also kill bacteria.
Doctors at the University of Michigan have 3D-printed the head of an unborn baby to decide whether it would need emergency surgery during birth
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