Explores Adidas’s push to mass-produce 3D-printed shoes
I argue that the standard US response to disaster (i.e. Puerto Rico) could be drastically improved by incorporating Additive Manufacturing in relief efforts.
A look at how NASA is using additive manufacturing on Earth and in orbit to realize the future of space exploration.
The line between disorder and order lies in logistics…
– Sun Tzu
There is a large shortage of organs available for lifesaving transplants. As a result medical researchers are turning to 3D bioprinting to address the growing shortage. Swedish start-up Cellink is revolutionizing the bioprinting industry with its innovative bioink, making bioprinting more widely accessible.
Exploring the Department of Defense's bio-additive manufacturing gambit to address mounting soldier care shortcomings
Additive manufacturing shows tremendous potential for commercial and humanitarian applications, but it also presents ethical questions and the potential for unintended consequences.
Biofabrication has the potential to radically change how we obtain, process, and transform animal products for food and fashion.
Volkswagen is leading the pack in integrating additive manufacturing into its production process. But is this technology scalable? Can it ever materially impact VW's bottom line?
Chanel, one of the most iconic haute couture houses, has been at the forefront of additive manufacturing compared to its peers. The brand recently debuted a 3D printed mascara that it had been perfecting for over a decade. While the jury is still out on if 3D printing will become an integral part of the luxury retail sector for the future, Chanel has taken a clear stance to invest in the technology for the long term.