Using 3D technology could help speed up access to education in developing countries.
A fully-working prototype was tested in the Chiari Hospital and proven to be effective, although the Italian start-up has stressed online that the design remains an "uncertified biomedical device."
The smallest of the statues measures less than one millimeter in height.
Can China build a lunar base? Absolutely. Can human beings survive on the Moon and other planets for the long term? The answer to that is less clear.
The printer uses a process called free-form printing to create intricate structures.
The death pod is the vision of euthanasia activist Dr. Philip Nitschke and Dutch engineer Alexander Bannink.
Imagine building all your Ikea furniture with just a hair-dryer.
Can radical scientific and technological advances really solve the problem of death?
The 3-D printable "clip-on" can turn any smartphone into a fully functional microscope.
High tech solutions are usually highly expensive. But there are often simpler ways to the same cure.
Gorm the Old gave the country of Denmark its name and now researchers can hold his skull in their hands.
Custom-fit condoms are coming to a 3-D printer near you, thanks to the unscaled economy.
The tomb of Pharaoh Set I is the most impressive in Egypt's famous Valley of the Kings.
U.S. scientists say stretchable electronic fabric could help robots become more human, and humans more robotic.
Digital progress is revolutionizing the way we collect footprints.
First ever entirely 3D-printed organ-on-a-chip collects data on how strongly the heart is beating.
Genesis of Things is a new "smart manufacturing" project that leverages intellectual horsepower.