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From furniture designer Ini Archibong to future fabrics, via department stores and Covid-era design
From carbon fibre to aluminium, alternatives to precious metals are making their mark in high jewellery
Designers are moving from the industrial to the domestic front
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The technology has significant potential to shake up the construction sector
Replacement skin, livers and bladders on horizon
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The technology helps manufacturers customise items but economies of scale are hard to overcome
If displaying objects shortens their life, do we have an obligation to future generations to display copies instead?
Richard Waters talks to Joseph DeSimone about a technology that crafts objects in seconds using the power of light
An Israeli experiment holds promise for a solution to organ shortages
Could a new innovation allow a brand to boost sales while cutting its carbon footprint?
Mamou-Mani’s robotic installation offers a radical vision of tomorrow’s cities
Across Europe, artisan-based businesses are asking themselves whether digital production is friend or foe
New facilities are at heart of Britain’s industrial strategy but risk falling victim to EU departure
An interview with the biodesign guru whose stunning innovations fuse science and art
Despite progress, more must be done to reduce greenhouse emissions of modern aircraft
Printing group plans eyes ‘cost actions’ to restructure business as demand falls
Printable guns, food and organs will revolutionise our lives but scope for abuse is huge
Lawmakers struggle with rise of untraceable ‘ghost’ weapons
£300m Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre has lab to 3D print new limbs
America should focus on digital innovation rather than squabble over peanut butter
Titomic’s bus-sized device adds scale to technology that is transforming manufacturing
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