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Researchers at UNSW Sydney used a standard 3D printer to produce an intricate map of Australia made of solid polymer electrolyte which was then tested as an energy storage device. Photos from Dr Nathaniel Corrigan

UNSW Sydney Researchers develop new 3D printing process that offers novel energy storage design options

A team from University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney has developed a way to 3D print strong, high-conducting solid...
UTEP broke ground today on the Advanced Manufacturing and Aerospace Center — an $80 million building that will provide cutting edge research and educational space for UTEP’s College of Engineering (render). Photo: UTEP Marketing and Communications

UTEP Breaks Ground on Advanced Manufacturing and Aerospace Center

The University of Texas ( UTEP ) at El Paso broke ground today on the Advanced Manufacturing and Aerospace Center...
Simplifying Additive Manufacturing, Paanduv Applications is addressing this with 3D computational modelling

Simplifying Additive Manufacturing, Paanduv Applications is addressing this with 3D computational modelling

Founded by Adwaith Gupta in 2020 in Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, India, Paanduv Applications Private Limited have developed AM PravaH a...
A construction 3D printer gantry is helping to build a Houston home that will be the first multistory 3D-printed structure in the U.S., also incorporating wood framing in a new hybrid design.

Cornell University Researchers 3D-printed homes using blends of concrete and wood to reduce waste and cost

Pouring layers of concrete like rows of toothpaste, an industrial-sized 3D printer this week continued adding a second floor to...
3d printed glasses for color blind people

3D printed glasses developed by researchers at Khalifa University could be the cure for color blind people

A team of researchers from Khalifa University has developed a new wearable that could help people with color blindness. While...
The CityU team developed a low-cost, facile way to fabricate biocompatible 3D-architected carbon composites that are lightweight, strong, and deformable to any size and shape. Photo source:  Surjadi, James et al., /doi.org/10.1016/j.matt.2022.08.010

CityU invents a method to convert 3D-printed polymer into a 100-times stronger, ductile hybrid carbon microlattices material

Developing a lightweight material that is both strong and highly ductile has been regarded as a long-desired goal in the...
A unique 3D-printed light-sensitive medical device could help millions of people worldwide with lupus and other light-sensitive diseases by providing access to real-time data for more personalized treatment. Credit: McAlpine Group, University of Minnesota

A unique 3D-printed light-sensitive device could help people with lupus

A team of engineers and doctors at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities has developed a unique 3D-printed light-sensitive medical...
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Martian rock-metal composite shows potential of 3D printing on Mars

A small amount of simulated crushed Martian rock mixed with a titanium alloy made a stronger, high-performance material in a...
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UVA RESEARCHERS 3D-PRINT SOIL STRUCTURES THAT CAN GROW PLANTS

University of Virginia researchers have invented a method of 3D printing with seed-impregnated soil, which could be used to create walls and roofs...
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X-rays, AI and 3D printing bring a lost Van Gogh art to life

Using X-rays, artificial intelligence and 3D printing, two UCL researchers reproduced a “lost” work of art by renowned Dutch painter...
3d printed clean energy reactors

Cornell University, Lithoz America and Dimensional Energy win $50,000 FuzeHub grant to 3D print clean energy reactors

Splitting carbon dioxide’s notoriously strong molecular bonds is no easy task, but a new grant is bringing together a Cornell...
Researchers in the Lyding Group at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign discovered an efficient, sustainable method for 3D-printing single-walled carbon nanotube films, or thin aggregated sheets of carbon nanotubes that are adaptive enough to outfit an aircraft or contour to the human body.

Illinois researchers developed a method to 3D print carbon nanotubes

The unsung hero of space exploration, aerospace engineering, and wearable electronics is manufacturable with powder, ink, and a novel 3D...