3D Printing for Diagnosing and Treating Cancer and R&D Tax Credits

Cancer research has evolved with the help of 3D printing. Doctors can create patient-specific 3D models of cancerous body parts to prepare for upcoming surgeries. Medical engineers can create digital…

3D Printing, VR & AR: HP Teams Up with Yale to Develop Blended Reality Applications for Educational Settings

In 2014, HP not only announced their entrance into 3D printing, but also introduced the concept of “blended reality” with the unveiling of the Sprout, a platform that, among other features,…

Organovo’s Bioprinting Future Certainly Looks Bright — CEO Keith Murphy Provides Interesting Insight

Even before meeting Keith Murphy for the first time at an Inside 3D Printing Event last year I had been a big fan of the San Diego-based company. And although…

3D Printed Animotus Is a Handheld Smart Cube That Guides the Visually Impaired through Touch

We’ve followed numerous 3D printed innovations that have been created for the purpose of helping the visually impaired, from navigational-oriented methods to get around campuses, to ways to ‘view’ art exhibits and even…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — February 21

This week’s stories we didn’t cover involve lots of talk about size. From the largesse of CyBe’s printed concrete walls and potential houses and Oakland-based Emerging Objects’ planned unveiling of…

Organovo and Yale Announce Collaboration on 3D Bioprinting for Organ Transplantion

Without a doubt, the most exciting applications for 3D printing, reside within the medical field. Companies like San Diego-based Organovo (NYSE: ONVO) are making substantial progress within the area of…


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