Archaeologists in the United Kingdom are using 3D printing to bring two historical shipwrecks to life for history enthusiasts and experts alike.
Human-sized bones and other tissues can be printed on a new device called a bioprinter, researchers say.
Human-size bones and other structures can now be "printed" using a new device called a 3D bioprinter, researchers say.
Planetary Resources, which aims to extract water and other useful materials from asteroids, has 3D-printed an object using metals from a space rock.
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