3D Printed Ceramic Implants Have the Potential to Restore Missing Bone

Patients with missing bone due to injury or disease have a couple of different options for bone grafts to replace it – autografts, which come from the patient’s own body,…

Saving Real Fish with 3D Printed Robotic Fish

3D printed robotic fish have been developed by multiple institutions, for multiple purposes: to study real fish, to detect toxins in water, and more. Now researchers at the Dynamical Systems…

New York Genome Center Researchers Create Low-Cost Open Source 3D Printed Device for Single-Cell Analysis

So many of the benefits of 3D printing—and often all of them—allow for innovative strides to be made in a variety of industries today. Some of the most undeniable and…

PhD Candidate 3D Printing Kidney and Prostate Models for Clinical Trial with Stratasys

The LaGuardia Studio at New York University (NYU), a 3D printing studio, offers students, faculty, alumni, researchers, and visiting artists the chance to take advantage of cross-discipline curricula when creating…

Cybersecurity Needs Amping Up in 3D Printing—Vulnerability Shown During Printing Orientation

If you get in at the beginning of a new technology or major trend, often there is time to enjoy that wonderful euphoric window of time while it’s still slightly…

3D Printed Robotic Fish Used for Studying Anxiety & Fear

Fish as pets are satisfying to us as we can create an entire ecosystem and watch them thrive under our nurturing. In the home, we can day in and day…

Goldilocks Principle: Researchers Explore New Particle Manipulation Technique for 3D Printing

The Goldilocks Principle is a concept that can be applied to a number of different situations, and today, it’s making headlines to the contrary in regards to how enhancing microscopic…


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