3-D printing technology has had an impact on countless industries, but there are few areas where it shows more potential than medicine.
The drone restrictions aim to protect people from unreasonable searches.
Indiana's only prototype is set up need the Indianapolis Motor Speedway by Verizon.
Among the items the team has digitized so far are hood ornaments, helmets, and race suits.
Major Tool and Machine and Imagineering Finishing Technologies are designing the upper dome of a craft, which will be used to carry astronauts to space.
Ivy Tech's Anatomage tables use 3D graphics to provide students a full spatial relationship of the body's organs.
More than two billion electronic files, including thousands of Indiana University usernames and passwords, were released in a digital information dump.
The flights are available through Sunday at the Monroe County Airport.
Recreational gun users are at risk of lead poisoning due to exposure from lead dust particles released when a gun is fired.
Science On Tap takes place at a different Bloomington bar every month, covering topics from sexual health to cybersecurity.
The Bloomington Deputy Fire Chief says says the technology was installed last summer, and it’s been successful.