Researchers have created a new microgel to support 3D-printed structures. It's a breakthrough that could drive down the costs of customized medical devices. From CNNMoney.
WIRED senior writer Andy Greenberg puts new homemade gunsmithing tools to the test as he tries three ways of building an untraceable AR-15 semi-automatic rifle---a so-called "ghost gun"---while skirting all gun control laws. From WIRED.
A 3-D knit printer developed by Intel is among new technology at the National Retail Federation convention that will help retailers meet customers' immediate needs. Intel's Michelle Tinsley joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero with a printed sweater and a look at other innovations that will improve the retail customer experience. From the Wall Street Journal.
Start creating your selfie lollipops by uploading a video of your face to Candy Mechanics' website. From the INSIDER.
Food Ink. in London lets customers 3D print their own food. From the INSIDER.
Good ideas come in all shapes and sizes, and some of the best ones seem downright crazy at first. Popular Science Magazine breaks down the 10 biggest ideas coming out of the science and medical fields as part of its first annual "Insane Ideas" issue. Senior Editor Sophie Bushwick joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss some of the out-of-the-box technology. From CBS This Morning.
Silicon Valley startup Carbon is preparing to launch an invention that could change how many industries do business. Workers at the company built an innovative 3-D printer. They say it's capable of building parts for cars and planes. It's even creating movie props, faster and better than any previous technology could. John Blackstone met with the chemist whose Hollywood fantasy became a reality. From CBS This Morning.
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