They’re calling it the “meat of the future”.
Amateur crafters are sending improvised masks to the frontlines of the COVID-19 crisis. With a bit of practice, you can make one for yourself.
Scientists have developed a way to encode complex information, like a Bitcoin wallet password or medical information, in 3D printed everyday objects using the building blocks of life.
Technologists, hackers, and journalists recap the fifth episode of the final season of the realistic hacking show.
What a time to be alive.
But before you eat, you’ll need to hand over some “biological samples,” including urine and saliva.
How 3D printing helped one vet get back in the water.
Marie—a five-foot-one, fifteen-pound 3D printed body—could be used to help create better radiation treatments for cancer.
By creating a lightweight, 3D-printed “transmission,” engineers were able to build a hand that is strong when it needs to be and fast when it needs to be.
The clock is loud, impractical, and gorgeous.
A federal judge in Seattle just upheld a preliminary injunction against uploading 3D gun blueprints online.
Steven Sicen Sun is one of the first Australians to be charged over the manufacture and possession of 3D-printed firearms.