It sounds like something straight out of a comic book, but after losing his sternum and part of his rib cage to cancer, a 54-year-old Spanish man received the world’s first 3D-printed chest prosthetic made from titanium.
GE has developed new imaging software that, instead of using harmful X-rays, relies on ultrasound, which is safe for even foetuses. With it they can generate real-time 3D views of our internal organs, like this one of a beating heart. Read more >>
While the wider world tries to figure out exactly why every home needs a 3D printer, the International Dental Show in Germany has served up these terrifyingly real-looking set of teeth, created by a brand new dental 3D printer in a single run. Read More >>