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NASA wants volunteers for a year-long Mars mission. There's a catch.
The bad news: you don’t actually get to go to Mars, it’s a simulation. Or is that good news?
Exhibition for dogs displays artwork at their eye-level
At this exhibition in Hong Kong, dogs are able to get up close and personal with art
Amsterdam unveils the world's first 3D-printed steel bridge
The Dutch capital has a new hi-tech landmark: a 3D-printed pedestrian steel bridge with sensors that collect data in real-time.
A 3D printed home shaped like a boulder has just got its first tenants
A Dutch couple will be moving into their new home which was printed in just 120 hours.
Is 3D printing the key to a sustainable fashion industry?
Nicolai Peitersen gives us his take on digital fabrication and how it could revolutionise fashion.
These innovators hope to revolutionise housing with 3D printed homes
A new generation of entrepreneurs and start-ups are shaking up the construction industry by deploying 3D printing technology to build houses.
Inside the project to create a 3D 'twin' of Michelangelo’s David
David conquered Goliath, but can modern experts overcome challenges to make a 3D copy of Michelangelo's majestic statue worthy of the Renaissance giant?
These 3D printed net-zero buildings could be the ‘future of housing’
These homes in California could be the first community built using the technology.
3D-printed tiles are being used to restore Hong Kong's coral reefs
Based on natural biological shapes, this artificial reef has already started to attract marine life.
3D printing is being used to regenerate Hong Kong’s coral reefs
This biodiversity hotspot is using new technology to help coral reefs grow.
This 3D-printed floating house took 48 hours to build
The Czech eco-home comes with reduced carbon emissions.
Volunteers turn recycled plastic into face shields around the world
Living rooms are being turned into makeshift workshops to create protective equipment for medical personnel.
Amid shortage of masks, these innovators are creating alternatives
As countries grapple with a shortage of stock, throngs of engineers and 3D-printing enthusiasts have banded together to come up with their own solutions.
People are isolating from coronavirus in tiny homes built in two hours
One company has donated pods make with the technology to provide accommodation for hospital staff.
Spanish startup 'close to perfecting' its 3D-printed plant-based steak
Scionti's plant-based steak is printed using a paste of vegan ingredients. They're mainly using a mixture of rice and pea proteins and testing different oils.
Are 3D printed, flat-pack hotels the future of green tourism?
A sustainable construction industry could be in sight, but some are critical of hidden costs to the environment.
Young man sentenced to three years in prison for making 3D printed gun
“I hope that today’s sentencing sends a very clear and powerful message that we will prosecute anyone who thinks that they can get away with being in possession of, or manufacturing a firearm, in London,” Detective Sergeant Jonathan Roberts said.
Watch: Aspiring mechanic shifts into top gear with 3D-printed arm
The prosthetic arm is the result of a project between Wawro's classmates and the E-Nable foundation, a community of volunteers who use their 3D printers to create free arms and hands for those in need.
Meet the tech start-ups making food more sustainable
Entrepreneurs from around Europe gathered at London Food Tech Week to showcase the latest in sustainable eating
Watch: 3D-printed Mars dwelling wins NASA prize
The home is made from a biodegradable biopolymer basalt composite, ideal for a sustainable space mission.
World’s first 3D-printed heart with human tissue revealed
Israeli scientists called the 3D print a "major medical breakthrough" that advances possibilities for transplants.
Online blueprints of 3-D guns blocked by Washington Judge
Back in June, Cody Wilson, from Texas reached a settlement with the Trump administration to allow the company, Defense Distributed, to legally publish the instructions. The deadline was from the 1st of August but he published the plans early last week