The digital collection of animals, human ancestors and ancient stone tools offers a unique tool for scholars and enthusiasts to explore and interact with the images online.
Portuguese company Ynvisible created Printoo kits, a series of paper-thin, Arduino-compatible modules, on Kickstarter to get flexible electronics out of labs and into the hands of makers.
The all-metal Simple 3D printer is able to produce prints that rival more costly setups currently on the market.
Vancouver-based Tinkerine will soon launch its Ditto Pro 3D printer, aimed at the education market, and to be used in arts, engineering and science classes.
A University of Oxford spin-off, OxSyBio, will develop 3D-printing techniques to produce tissue-like synthetic materials for wound healing and drug delivery.
Scientists have devised a method for printing 3D models of crystals using a 3D printer, the original CIF file and freely available software that can run on standard operating systems.
A South Korean team of jewelry designers and software engineers has recently founded JewelDistrict, a service that focuses solely on making custom 3D-printed jewelry.
Engineers at the University of Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) in England designed, built and successfully tested the UAV as a radio-controlled, slope-soaring glider.
The European Space Agency (ESA) is investigating the potential of 3D printing technology to transform space missions and outlines the following 10 reasons it could do so.
The company is providing students a glimpse of ancient civilization via a 3D model of the Great Pyramid of Giza (a free download on Thingiverse), as part of its MakerBot Academy educational initiative.