A team of scientists has developed the thinnest hologram ever made that can be seen without 3D goggles and NASA has discovered an accidental human-made protective shield around Earth.
Scientists successfully used a 3D printer to create mouse ovaries that are capable of supporting reproduction. This is the first step to being able to do the same with human patients who need it.
The most interesting panel at SXSW talked about using 3D printing to create entirely new organs. While we're still 20 years away from being able to print large organs, smaller ones are being worked on