These architect-designers are experimenting with 3D printers to eventually build houses and work spaces out of organic materials such as sand, salt and coffee grounds.
By Cynthia Stone, KQED
A professor from upstate New York is transforming the world for young people in need of limbs. WXXI's Innovation Trail offers his story in his own words.
By PBS NewsHour
Exclusive: WinSun builds world’s first #3Dprinting villa and tallest 3D printed apartmenthttp://t.co/2km9k62NCx pic.twitter.com/J6oJK9qYO3 — 3D Printing & 3Ders (@3dersorg) January 18, 2015 A Chinese company has set another world first…
By Justin Scuiletti
A baby stegosaurus' first steps 150 million years ago can now be modeled in 3D with a few clicks on a camera phone. The technology makes studying dinosaur footprints cheap and easy.
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
By PBS NewsHour
By Lindsey Foat, The Hale Center for Journalism at KCPT
High school seniors Tyler Richards and Jonathan Thompson have spent a lot of time thinking about ketchup. As students in the Project Lead the Way program at North Liberty High School in Liberty, Missouri, Richards and Thompson have researched and…
With the push of a button – plus a lot of design work and hours of waiting – the emerging technology of 3-D printing can produce food, plastic phone accessories, even human tissue. Science correspondent Miles O’Brien explores how businesses…
By Miles O'Brien
3-D printers will never serve up a rare juicy steak, a baked potato or the salad the “Food-a-Rac-a-Cycle” can, but before too long, they might be able to produce “Earl Grey tea – hot,” as the Replicator does for Captain…
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