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Sep 26, 2016
Has the 3D printer craze fizzled out? What are the trends in consumer 3D printers? Is this technology doomed to obscolescence?
by Joe McCormick | Oct 2, 2015
Lauren and Jonathan explore three ways 3D printers could change medicine. From printing drugs to regenerating nerves, we explore what happens when doctors work with additive manufacturing.
by Lauren Vogelbaum | Sep 25, 2015
Now that someone has created 3D models of TSA master keys, TSA luggage locks are no longer secure. What is the future of locks?
by Joe McCormick | May 6, 2015
A Russian man plans to be the world's first head transplant patient. Is such a thing possible? We look at the story and the future of transplants.
by Joe McCormick | Apr 17, 2015
Prompted by a listener message, the crew takes a look at vending machines. Could it be that vending machines will take the place of brick and mortar stores?
by Joe McCormick | Aug 6, 2014
Do 3D printers have a place in art? We look at the process of creating a 3D printed object and whether artistry is involved.
by Joe McCormick | May 7, 2014
It's time to talk about 3D printing again. What are some of the advances we've seen over the last year? From houses to medical casts, we cover it all.
by Joe McCormick | Apr 4, 2014
You've seen replicators feed the crew of Star Trek, but will real humans ever be able to press a button and zap an entire meal into existence? If so, are we anywhere close to that today?
by Jonathan Strickland | Jan 7, 2014
Jonathan explores CES, checking out fuel cell vehicles, embeddable sensors and 3D printers. Read about Jonathan at CES in this blog post.
by Jonathan Strickland | Dec 20, 2013
This year, a group of high school students presented a young girl with an amazing gift -- a robotic hand. Read about the robotic hand.
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