The students used a 3D printer to make the icy blue device.
Good ideas often travel at the speed of sound, from one person’s lips to another’s ears. But in our digital world, bold ideas can grow even faster.
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NEW YORK -- What is becoming possible in this field is remarkable: saving and improving lives for human beings using personalized medical devices printed by a machine. Soon we will even start seeing 3-D printed human tissue.
After Maker Faire, Brown says he took the hand to a local children's hospital in Grand Rapids. In preparation for last month's