Science Applications of 3D printing
10 ways 3D printers are advancing science
Hair on Demand: Researchers Create 3D-Printed Fur
Researchers have developed software and a new technique for creating 3D-printed hair, or hair-like structures, which can be used in a wide array of forms and functions
How Long until Human faces can be printed in the Lab?
Organs to order: 3D "Bioprinter' makes replacement bones, ears
Scientists can now "print" human-size bones, cartilage and muscle, using a new device called a 3D bioprinter, according to a new study.
Photos: Muscles and bones made with new bioprinter
A new 3D printer can print living tissue structures that could one day be used to replace injured or diseased tissue in patients.
Futuristic Kicks: 3D-Printed Sneakers Are Tailor-Made to Your FeetImagine walking into a store, running on a treadmill for a few minutes and then purchasing a pair of shoes tailored precisely to the contours of your feet. That's the future of sneaker buying, according to Adidas. with its Futurecraft 3D sneaker — a running shoe with a 3D-printed midsole.