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Prosthetics get an upgrade with 3D printing

3D printing makes it easy to customize prosthetic limbs and shortens the production time from weeks to days.

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New tech tools in the fight against infections and data breaches

HP's second generation of sanitizable PCs and all-in-one devices help protect patients and hospital staff from the germs that can thrive in clinical settings.

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Fast forward: The Megatrends transforming how we live and work

A look at how people, machines, data and energy intersect and influence a new global reality.

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Building the city of the future

To stay competitive, Singapore is transforming into a living laboratory for smart technology.

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Flying into the future with 3D-printed birds

HP technology is making old ways of collecting and displaying specimens obsolete at Yale’s Peabody Museum of Natural History.

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What we saw, heard and loved at CES 2019

Autonomous cars, new frontiers for VR and AR, and a look at technology’s global impact at this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show.

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Inkjet tech helps scientists fight superbugs

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are using HP bioprinters in the race to discover new antibiotics.

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Meet the voxel, the tiny 3D building blocks that will transform our world

The "3D pixels" at the heart of 3D printing are poised to revolutionize manufacturing, ushering in a new era of local, personalized production and never-before design possibilities.

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The new 3D-printing technology that will transform mass production

With the launch of Metal Jet, HP is taking 3D printing from prototyping to the factory floor of the automotive, heavy industrial and medical industries.

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7 products you didn’t know were 3D printed

From upending 500 years of Vatican history to a printer that prints itself, HP’s Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing technology is changing the custom manufacturing game.

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What does a city of one million people on Mars look like?

The winners of the final HP Mars Home Planet challenge create utopian visions of the Red Planet.

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Saving Silicon Valley history

HP is preserving the original products and documents that launched the company 80 years ago — one oscillator and type-written letter at a time.

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Broken parts get a second chance with 3D printing

For HP’s Dare to Repair contest, entrants from around the world 3D-printed parts for broken goods to keep them out of the waste stream.

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Biotech goes high fashion

A new Stella McCartney handbag made of cutting-edge, lab-grown material is both super-supple and easy on the environment.

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The future of work: Will better tech mean better meetings?

HP’s Chief Experience Architect says VR, AI and machine learning will boost productivity and creative collaboration.

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A printer designed for space travel

HP’s ENVY ISS Printer, now orbiting Earth on the International Space Station, was engineered to perform in zero gravity.

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The new 3D-printing technology that will transform mass production

With the launch of Metal Jet, HP is taking 3D printing from prototyping to the factory floor of the automotive, heavy industrial and medical industries.

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