This White Paper provides guidance on how to deal with business and policy challenges as 3D printing (3DP) might revolutionize the way products are made and may provoke unintended consequ...
New Story will provide 50 families in Tabasco with secure homes.
3Dirigo isn’t even the biggest object the school’s 3D printer can construct — if pushed to its limits, it can print objects up to 100 feet long, 22 feet wide, and 10 feet high.
The project required only 15 workers and produced 60% less waste than traditional technologies.
The exact replicas, the result of a 15-year project, have been unveiled in Iraq.
“Demonstrating and validating recycling capabilities on the ISS is an important step towards developing sustainable manufacturing systems that will enable us to venture deeper into the so...
From plastic roads to design that keeps costs, here are the new developments promising to shake up the sometimes-frustrating world of infrastructure.
3D printing may have serious medical uses if this heart, as claimed, is fully functional - scientists have said the aim is to make it compatible with humans. It could also have cardio-tox...
3D-printed ‘salt templates’ have paved the way for new porous magnesium scaffolds for creating bone implants the body can absorb, researchers report.
Scientists in Zurich have developed new 'indirect 4D printing' technology which has allowed them to develop vascular stents 40 times smaller than previously possible. These stents could o...
A camera just 2 centimeters in length has been created by Harvard scientists, revealing how light is reflected and transmitted by the world around us.
With labor pools shifting and the cost of overseas manufacturing rising, forward-thinking businesses will seize on a disruptive time to prepare themselves for the future.
From modelling the distances schoolchildren have to walk to providing visual aids to ministers, the groundbreaking 4IR technology is revolutionizing policymaking in the nation.
A Gallup poll in April 2019 shows that 43% of Americans now describe socialism as a "good thing".
Designers were asked to create a printable 3D habitat that could shelter humans on Mars, and the winner has finally been announced.