Back to the Future's auto-lacing Nikes aren't the only sneakers from the future.
Here’s an idea that could save money and the planet: recycle your old milk jugs at home, and make them into 3D printing filament.
A new type of ultra light and strong building material, takes its structural inspiration from the way nature creates bones.
Whether you've got your heart set on giant 3D printed monsters or you just want to print up a run of action figures, the 3D printing powerhouse has you covered.
3-D printing has come a long way. Finally, you can turn a photo of your face into a chocolate mask of the same.
If you're looking for a crafty way to slurp your booze at year's end, check out this tech-recycling project.
Scientists are now able to print living retina cells from inkjet printers.
How bad do you want to be Iron Man?
Put away the shoe shiner, these kicks prefer to be fed.
Maybe don't go doodling in the margins of your textbooks with this one.