Flawless, 3D-printed ceramics that can be formed into various shapes, from spirals to honeycombs, have been created. The new materials could find use in hypersonic aircraft and microscopic devices.
Scientists say 3D-printed structures loaded with embryonic stem cells could one day help doctors print out micro-organs for transplant patients.
Engineers and designers worked together to create an eco-friendly swimsuit that can help wearers clean up the ocean one stroke at a time.
Off-the-shelf 3D printers could one day help create living organs to aid in repairing the human body, researchers say.
Live Science newsletter
Stay up to date on the latest science news by signing up for our Essentials newsletter.