Doctors want to fix you with 3D-printed tissues made from water droplets

April 24th, 2014 Engadget No comments
Doctors dream of using 3D-printed tissues to patch up injuries, but current techniques tend to kill a lot of the cells used in the process. Thankfully, researchers at Oxford University spin-off OxSyBio have found a gentler way to build these...
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High school seniors conquer watery ketchup with 3D-printed bottle cap

April 23rd, 2014 Engadget No comments
3D printers have produced some pretty amazing (and scary) stuff, and now a pair of high school seniors have successfully used the tech to ensure they'll never have to eat a soggy hotdog again. Tired of the watery, separated ketchup you get from a...
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I Can Make to launch model plane and train kits for 3D printers, Airfix for a new generation

April 22nd, 2014 Pocket-lint 3D No comments

I Can Make is a British company that specialises in creating designs for model airplanes and trains where the pieces can be build using a 3D printer. Like with Airfix kits of old, kids and adults alike will be able to construct classic craft from individual...

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Watch Google test its 3D-sensing phones on robots in zero gravity

April 18th, 2014 Engadget No comments
Wonder what Google's Project Tango-equipped SPHERES robots will look like when they're in action aboard the International Space Station? The company is more than happy to show you. It has posted video of a recent test that took the machines on a zero...
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Scientists are now 3D printing tumors to help them fight cancer

April 17th, 2014 Engadget No comments
The idea of 3D printing living cells offers a veritable launchpad of miracle treatments: we could grow new organs or create new skin for burn victims. There's one idea you may not have considered, however -- printing tumors. Researchers are...
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Scientists are now 3D printing tumors to help them fight cancer

April 17th, 2014 Engadget No comments
The idea of 3D printing living cells offers a veritable launchpad of miracle treatments: we could grow new organs or create new skin for burn victims. There's one idea you may not have considered, however -- printing tumors. Researchers are...
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iFixit takes apart Google’s Project Tango and reveals prototype’s 3D tech

April 16th, 2014 Pocket-lint 3D No comments

Google's Project Tango recently went under the knife and subsequently revealed a few goodies hidden inside of its white shell. Teardown website iFixit has dissected the prototype device and assigned it a repairability score of 9 out of 10 (10 being the...

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Project Tango teardown reveals the wonders of the phone’s 3D sensing tech

April 16th, 2014 Engadget No comments
Want to get a better understanding of Google's 3D-sensing Project Tango smartphone beyond the usual promo videos? iFixit is more than happy to show you now that it has torn down the device for itself. The close-up identifies many of the depth mapping...
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