Object Engineered to Carry a DNA Code for its Own Replication
Object Engineered to Carry a DNA Code for its Own Replication
A 3-D printed rabbit is made from a blueprint stored in DNA, which itself is stored in a printed rabbit.
Object Engineered to Carry a DNA Code for its Own Replication
Object Engineered to Carry a DNA Code for its Own Replication

A 3-D printed rabbit is made from a blueprint stored in DNA, which itself is stored in a printed rabbit.

A 3-D printed rabbit is made from a blueprint stored in DNA, which itself is stored in a printed rabbit.

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Cell Culture Advances Fuel Disease Research
Cell Culture Advances Fuel Disease Research
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Nov 16, 2020
New twists to an old technique reveal a better understanding of disease pathology and new therapeutic avenues.
How 3-D Printing Could Help Shape Surgery
How 3-D Printing Could Help Shape Surgery
Sarah Webb | Jul 2, 2019
Technology is enabling increasingly lifelike models of organs to help doctors practice operations.
Image of the Day: Sea Swirl
Image of the Day: Sea Swirl
Sukanya Charuchandra | Sep 27, 2018
Manta rays have a unique filtration system that inspires the development of novel water filtering technology.
Mini Brains Model Zika Infection
Mini Brains Model Zika Infection
Tanya Lewis | Apr 22, 2016
Researchers create cerebral organoids in 3-D–printed bioreactors that can be used to model Zika infection.
Next Generation: Robotic Inchworm
Next Generation: Robotic Inchworm
Sabrina Richards | Nov 20, 2012
Researchers use 3D printing to create miniature robots powered by rat cardiac cells that move like caterpillars.