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  • New brain surgery innovation

    Surgeons use 3-D printed replica of patients' brains to improve surgery performance.

  • Dr. Adnan Siddiqui

    A replica of a woman's brain aneurysm allowed doctors to practice several times before operating on her.

  • 3D print your unborn baby

    Wolfprint 3D is offering a service to 3D print your unborn baby for $214 based on a 3D ultrasound.

  • World's fastest jet-powered drone makes debut

    The most sophisticated unmanned aerial vehicle of its kind made an appearance at the Dubai Airshow.

  • 3D printing creating jobs

    CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on the rise of job opportunities in 3D printing.

  • Where the jobs are.... 3D printing

    CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on the rise of job opportunities in 3D printing.

  • Staples' 3D printing 'Easy Button'

    Staples launches its new 3D printing platform so that customers can submit designs on its website.

  • Making 3-D printers affordable

    The 3-D printers from this small business are more affordable than MakerBot's.

  • A general view of Hewlett-Packard during the 2015 Sundance Film Festival on January 26, 2015 in Park City, Utah.

    Pat Russo and Meg Whitman will chair the boards of Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP Inc., respectively.

  • 3D printing: Revolutizing prosthetics and sports

    Eric Marcal, Adaptive Sport athlete; Jeff Erenstone, Create Prosthetics founder, and Andres Bastian, Autodesk, discuss how 3D technology is revolutionizing the health care and sports equipment industry.

  • 3D printed Cobra, check out this car...

    Jordan Brandt, Autodesk tech futurist, and Lonnie Love, Ph.D, Oakridge National Labs, discuss the process of what the industry calls "additive manufacturing." We're going big, fast and cheap, says Love.

  • A 3-D printed sex toy?!

    These two women used rapid prototyping to cut down on costs when developing Eva, a hands-free couples vibrator.

  • In a world first, the oil-rich Emirates state of Dubai has announced plans to construct an entire office complex using 3-D printing.

  • How 3D printing is changing the medical industry

    Nigel Finch, director of 3D Medical, discusses the use of a 3D-printed titanium jaw joint in a recent corrective jaw surgery.

  • NSF-funded small business TeVido BioDevices uses 3-D bioprinting of a woman's own living cells to develop custom grafts for breast cancer reconstruction; the first product is targeted to improve nipple reconstruction, where current procedures often flatten and fade over time.

    TeVido BioDevices is creating a 3-D-printed female nipple, after a surge in breast cancer mastectomies created a huge health-care issue.

  • Where to find a 3D-printed car in Singapore

    Ng Heong Wah, associate professor at Nanyang Technological University, discusses when the three-wheeled vehicle "NTU Venture 8" could become commercially viable.

  • 3D printing for prosthetic arms: CEO

    Easton LaChappell, CEO of Unlimited Tomorrow, explains how his company uses 3D printing technology to create and advance the making of prosthetic limbs.

  • Procter & Gamble headquarters in Cincinnati.

    P&G has started to explore 3-D bioprinting, which could provide a cheaper way to test products. The Financial Times reports.

  • This firm uses 3-D printed engines for its rockets

    Peter Beck, CEO of RocketLab, explains how the company uses 3-D printed rocket engines to put its small satellites into space at a much lower cost.

  • Stryker CEO: Robotics real 'game changer'

    Kevin Lobo, Stryker CEO, weighs in on the company's quarterly results, and provides insight to company's bet on robotics.