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US government uses 3D printing to develop artificial bomb-sniffing dog noses

Who hasn't seen them at airports? Sniffing dogs have such brilliant noses that they can smell just about anything from seemingly miles away. It's no wonder they're being used at airports all over the world to sniff out drug smugglers and potential terrorists, while various military forces also gr...

16 cool 3D printing trends all self-respecting fashionistas should know about

We all heard about the 3D printing technology bending and breaking the fashion world rules. To be honest, it's old news. What everyone's digging into right now is the successful cases. What's trending? So we're here to clear that mist for you, fashionistas - don't click away. 1. Suddenly,...

Iris van Herpen debuts 3D-printed garments 'grown' with magnets at Paris Fashion Week

Oct. 2, 2014 For her Spring/Summer 2015 collection, presented in Paris yesterday, Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen unveiled 3D-printed garments and accessories "grown" that explores the interplay of magnetic forces. Her inspiration of this collection came after she visited CERN, the E...