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You Can Now Walk Across The First 3D Printed Bridge In The World

(HUFF POST) – Most days we’re lucky if our printer can get by without a paper jam, running out of ink, or just failing to turn on at all. So

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Impact of Job-Stealing Robots a Growing Concern at Davos

(RTÉ News) – Open markets and global trade have been blamed for job losses over the last decade, but global CEOs say the real culprits are increasingly machines.  Business leaders

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Van Gogh’s Severed Ear ‘Regrown’ From Cells Of Artist’s Living Relative

(HUFF POST) – A replica of Vincent Van Gogh’s ear has been grown using genetic material from one of his surviving relatives. Artist Diemut Strebe created the copy using living

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A Futuristic Mars Colony Is Being 3D-Printed In The Mojave Desert

(Futurism) – Ever wondered what life in Mars could look like? Well, to get the answers you seek, just ask a “Marschitect,” like Vera Mulyani, who founded Mars City Design

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Machine Mixes Hands-On Sculpting with 3D Printing

(Reuters) – A machine that combines digital 3D modelling with polymer clay sculpting promises to speed up the design process and allow those with limited computer knowledge to perfect their

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Researching 3D Printing Technology on the Space Station

(NASA) – Crew members on the International Space Station re-installed the first 3D printer in orbit, during the week of June 27, 2016, to continue research on the developing technology

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The Future of 3D-Printed Prosthetics

The recent ubiquity of 3D printers and innovations in prosthetic design, manufacturing and distribution offer a viable solution for the millions of people living with limb loss around the world.

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10 Most Incredible LEGO Creations

Air powered Lego automobiles, a Lego house, A Lego built Rubik’s Cube solving robot…I’m not sure that anything more need be said.

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Innovations in 3D Printing

(TECH CRUNCH) – Ten miles north of Barcelona lies a centuries-old hotbed for ink technology. Founded in the 9th century, the Monastery of Sant Cugat ushered in Spain’s era of

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Mantis Shrimp Inspires Next Generation of Ultra-Strong Materials

(SPACE DAILY) – Researchers at the University of California, Riverside and Purdue University are one step closer to developing super strong composite materials, thanks to the mantis shrimp, a small,

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