While 3D printing has been around for nearly three decades, the technology has advanced rapidly in recent years, creating new possibilities for 3D printing and drastically increasing the list of things that can be 3D…
3D printing techniques has given a 6 year old boy from Mongolia a new nose. The young boy named Nerja was born without a nose, a rare condition that often prevents the child from breathing. …
Gartner’s “Top 10 predictions for IT Organizations and Users for 2014 and Beyond.” includes two concerns in store for 3D printing.
While some have expressed fear at the possibility that 3D printing could be used for evil, it’s essential that we all remember how much good the technology can do.
As new member of the NYSE, Organovo rang the opening bell this morning. Last week the stock stock increased 55% after its new NYSE listing.
Surgery is expensive and potentially risky, and 3D printed surgical guides reduce costs and the chance of something going wrong.
In this video, CBC News interviews Organovo’s CEO Keith Murphy to learn more about bioprinting, and in particular, how the quest to print an entire human liver is going.
Bioprinting will go beyond merely fixing our broken bodies. This 3D printed bionic ear is evidence that the technology will also improve us.