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Innovation Technology

This 3D Printed Electric Motorcycle Even Has Airless 3D Printed Tires

Andrea D. Steffen
NOWlab, the innovation arm of German additive manufacturing company BigRep, designed a fully 3D-printed motorbike called Nera. Every single piece of the Nera electric motorbike (excluding the electrical components) have been 3D-printed. That includes the
Health Innovation Technology

Patient Successfully Receives First Ever 3D-Printed Rib Implant

Andrea D. Steffen
Cardiac surgeons at the Tokuda Hospital in Sofia, Bulgaria performed an innovative surgery – they implanted a rib in the human body that was made on a 3DGence 3D printer. This type of surgery is
Health Innovation Technology

3D Printed ‘Bionic Eye’ Holds Hope For Restoring People’s Vision

Andrea D. Steffen
The first-of-its-kind prototype for a “bionic eye” has been fully 3D printed by researchers at the University of Minnesota. The bionic eye was made by 3D printed an image sensing array of light receptors onto
Technology

3D Printed Lithium-ion Battery Can Take On Any Shape

Andrea D. Steffen
Lithium-ion batteries are common rechargeable batteries for portable electronics. They have a high energy density, tiny memory effect, and low self-discharge. Currently, their shape dictates the form of the device they power. In the future,
Health Innovation

Watch A Swarm of Nanobots Swim Through Eye To Deliver Medicine

Andrea D. Steffen
The human eyeballs encompass substances that are difficult to penetrate. These obstacles make successful ocular drug delivery challenging. The current method of topical administration to treat diseases in the anterior of the eye works, but
Innovation Technology

3D Printing Titanium Strength Aluminum Is Coming

Andrea D. Steffen
The traditional way of manufacturing bulk products made of metal is by molding. The new metallurgical method is soon to be 3D printing. It is the way of the future and it is accompanied by
Housing Innovation Technology

3D Printed Cement That Strengthens When It Cracks

Andrea D. Steffen
Of all the man-made materials on Earth, concrete prevails. It is responsible for a majority of the critical infrastructure that modern human societies require to function and thrive. Its consumption is estimated to be more
Innovation Nature Technology

Scientists 3D print biohybrid animal with rat heart cells, gold and rubber

Aaron Jackson
Scientists genetically engineered and 3D printed a biohybrid using rat heart cells, gold and rubber, opening the door to lifelike robots, artificial intelligence, and cyborgs. The biohybrid could be mistaken for a baby ray. The
Innovation Technology

Robots to 3D print steel bridge in Amsterdam

Aaron Jackson
A new bridge is being planned in Amsterdam which will be constructed by robots that utilize 3D printing technology. Dutch 3D printing R&D startup MX3D has invented a 3D printing technique whereby multi-axis industrial robots are
Health Innovation Technology

Molecule Making 3D Printer Can Create Billions Of Combinations

Aaron Jackson
A new molecule-making machine has been created by chemists at the University of Illinois. The machine could do for chemistry what 3D printing does for engineering, allowing people to make complex small molecules fast, flexible,

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