3D Printed Composite Materials Based On Mantis Shrimp’s Super-Strong Appendage

From designing better tandem wing airplanes and improved bomb detection equipment to making lighter weight electronics and helping paraplegics and amputees, people have turned to nature countless times to fix our…

Researchers Design LEGO-Like 3D Printable Modular Blocks That Can Be Used to Build Customized Lab Instruments

If you want to build a basic electronics project it is actually relatively simple to do. Most parts are designed to be modular and work with other parts, and in…

Researchers Developing Super-Strong Materials Thanks to a 3D Printer and the Mantis Shrimp

The rainbow-colored mantis shrimp is gorgeous to look at – to humans, anyway. To its fellow crustaceans, it’s a purple-eyed horror. The mantis shrimp is a brutal killer that dispatches its…

Nothing is Too Large to Be 3D Printed: University of California Researcher 3D Prints the Universe

Anything can be 3D printed. That may sound like an exaggeration, but it’s really not. Even the intangible, like light and sound, can be modeled in 3D. Scientists have been using the…

New UC Riverside Study Finds 3D Printed Objects to be Potentially Toxic

When plastics were first discovered, they were derived from natural substances that contained very little toxicity and were generally considered biochemically inert. However with the Industrial Revolution, Industrial Chemistry was…

Ultra-Chic 3D Printed Bikini Cleans the Ocean

Mihri Ozkan and her husband, Cengiz, aren’t your typical fashion designers. In fact, they’re not fashion designers at all–but they recently created a surprisingly chic bathing suit that’s intended to…

Entomologists Say 3D Printing Key to Saving California Avocado Crop

The vast majority of American-grown avocados come from California, and the rest come from Florida and Hawaii. The domestic avocado market is worth $429 million, and all but $23 million…


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