In a modern take on the classic Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, our team at Lab 22 have 3D printed a replica engine block to give a 1914 race car new wings.
Jesse, Sophie, and Adrian get together to chat about the uninvited microbes that stumble into our guts, storing films on DNA, the mutations behind mirror movement disorder, and CSIRO’s 3D printing of a titanium sternum We also speak with Michelle Trautwein about her new project ‘Arthropods of Our Homes’.
Edward’s sternum needed to be replaced, so we partnered with Anatomics to 3D print a titanium and polymer sternum – the first of its kind.
Our new kids’ book helps kids engage with science and technology by looking at inventions that are somewhere between impossible and just around the corner.
A group of Melbourne University students have designed a 3D printed, titanium drone to fight bushfires.
It’s been a busy year for our science, as we constantly look for new ways to make Australia a better place. Here’s ten of our favourite ‘jaw dropper’ blogs that we think helped us do that.
A team of Spanish doctors have surgically implanted a 3D printed titanium sternum and rib cage into the chest of a 54 year old cancer patient.
Our 3D printing capabilities have often been compared to the stuff of science fiction… so why not create our very own titanium Terminator?
The InsectScan 3D uses standard components and costs less than $8000 to create digital 3D models – and we can print them in 3D, too.