- New printer will get RCC students thinking in 3 dimensions Updated: Oct-03-15 9:32 am
MEDFORD, Oregon - The chess piece in Stephen Foster's office is a study in intricacy: a thumb-sized rook with an elaborate interior spiral staircase and a DNA helix sidekick that pushes through the middle.
- Child receives prosthetic hand made by student and teacher Updated: Oct-01-15 3:16 pm
FLOWOOD, Mississippi - For six years, Braden McCay has lived without his left hand. From homework to soccer, the first-grader has deftly maneuvered his way through life with one hand.
- Experts and locals scrambling to document Syria's heritage Updated: Sep-23-15 2:38 am
BEIRUT - Scientists are slipping 3-D cameras into Syria to local activists and residents to scan antiquities. A U.S.-funded project aims to provide local conservators with resources to help safeguard relics. Inside Syria, volunteers scramble to document damage to monuments and confirm what remains.
- Doctor in blockaded Gaza makes stethoscope with 3-D printer Updated: Sep-10-15 5:41 am
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - A Palestinian-Canadian doctor has created a low-cost stethoscope using a 3-D printer, the first in a series of inventions he hopes will help alleviate medical supply shortages caused by an eight-year blockade on the Gaza Strip.
- Alcoa plans $60M 3D manufacturing expansion in Pennsylvania Updated: Sep-03-15 2:37 pm
PITTSBURGH - Alcoa is spending $60 million to expand its three-dimensional manufacturing capabilities at a technical center in the Pittsburgh suburbs.