3D printing longer life

(USA) 3D printing body parts and human organs are breakthrough innovations that are transforming what is possible. Researchers in America recently took another significant step in the journey to producing...

Shape shifting food a cost saver

(USA) Everyone has heard of flat pack furniture but how about flat pack food? It could now be on the menu thanks to innovative research carried out by MIT’s Tangible Media Group. The team at MIT has conco...

Rejuvenating limbs using a 3D printer

Scientists in Gothenburg have successfully bioprinted cartilage using stem cells harvested from patients undergoing knee surgery. As part of a collaborative project with Chalmers University of Technology, th...

Holographic 3D atlas of human anatomy unveiled

|8 September 2016| Scotland Medical students understanding of anatomical structures will be enhanced by the world’s first ever holographic 3D digital Human Anatomy ‘Atlas’ prototype. Holoxica, the spec...

3D imaging reveals the complex wiring of the brain

|10 May 2016| Edinburgh Holoxica, the Edinburgh-based specialist holographic 3D visualisation company, has created the first ever 3D digital hologram of the human brain fibre connections from an MRI scan ...

3D food printing

|6 May 2016| Finland Customised food from vending machines using 3D printing technology could become a reality thanks to the efforts of a Finnish research centre. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finla...

Revolutionary smart drone platform released

|7 March 2016| USA American company 3D Robotics (3DR) partnered with Sony and Autodesk on its new Site Scan aerial analytics platform which enables customers to quickly and effectively inspect, survey and...

Creating a ‘living entrepreneurship laboratory’

|15 February 2016| Edinburgh Research & Innovation (ERI), the commercialisation arm of the University of Edinburgh, has established a global partnership with the University of Austin, Texas-based 3 Day S...

Holoxica to develop its medical imaging technology

|8 February 2016| An Edinburgh headquartered holographic 3D visualisation company has secured €1.28million to develop its pioneering medical imaging technology. Holoxica was awarded the money from the Eur...