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Dutch researchers 3D print teeth that can kill 99% of bacteria in the mouth

Researchers at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands have developed a 3D printed plastic that is able to destroy 99% of bacteria that come into contact with it without causing any harm whatsoever to humans.

MIT scientists develop transparent glass 3D printing technology (VIDEO)

3D printing — which initially grew out of work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) — has been widely accepted and implemented in...

OZ Brewing inks 3D printing deal with Australian Football League

Victorian-based technology company 333D, which was acquired by Oz Brewing Limited earlier this year, has announced that it has inked a 3D printed merchandise deal...

German shipping and marine supplier boosts manufacturing process with Stratasys’ Objet Eden350V printer

German hydrodynamic service and consulting firm Hamburg Ship Model Basin (HSVA) has managed to significantly reduce the time and cost to produce bespoke prototype...

Stratasys Direct Manufacturing’s latest survey unveils 3D printing’s imminent impact on Manufacturing

Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, an indirect subsidiary of Stratasys, Ltd, recently released an in-depth industry report titled “3D Printing’s Imminent Impact on Manufacturing“. According to the...

Manchester Metropolitan University researchers set out to 3D print super-lasting graphene batteries

Researchers from the Manchester Metropolitan University are working on developing longer-lasting batteries for the smartphones of the future and they want to 3D print...

FDA approves world’s first 3D printed pill (VIDEO)

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has green-lighted a drug manufactured with 3D printers. The new drug, dubbed Spritam, was developed by Aprecia Pharmaceuticals...

Auburn University and NASA to advance 3D printing for deep space missions

Auburn University has inked a Space Act Agreement with NASA to explore and advance the applications of additive manufacturing. The agreement – signed by Dr...

Researchers solve key problem surrounding metal 3D printing

A group of researchers from the Michigan Tech Open Sustainability Technology (MOST) Lab claim that they have found a solution to one of the key problems...

Scientists 3D print milk cap that detects spoiled milk

A milk cap developed by scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, and National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan demonstrates the potential of 3D...
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