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Australia's University of Southern Queensland (USQ) has announced an exciting new addition to its archeology curriculum. With the help of Ellipsis Media, the university's Print Services business unit, archeology students at USQ ca [...]

Research will utilize Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's unique Dynamic Transmission Electron Microscope A grant from the National Science Foundation will enable researchers at the University of Pittsburgh to utilize a one-o [...]

This summer, MatterHackers and Enablingthefuture.org will launch a worldwide 3D printing design challenge called Within Reach. The challenge is to create new assistive tools for those with limited use of their hands, and can be ac [...]

PrintLab International wants to helps schools and universities around the world to create their own 3D printing labs and is working with brands and retailers on six continents to make it happen. It’s a simple concept, an online ec [...]

Education is the key to moving forward, and 3D printing is getting its own forms of teaching. Milan will be the home to a series of summer school sessions, teaching students how to design, model and print their own big 3D products [...]

The team at Kidesign has launched a new version of their 3D printing teaching and learning package. Teaching and learning techniques have been improving constantly over the years, whilst teaching subjects themselves have undertake [...]

As 3D printing rapidly grows in popularity and accessibility, this method of manufacture has allowed designers to engage themselves in projects as a leisure activity. The creators of such projects can even expand their ideas into [...]

Latvian nanotech science startup Nano RAY-T has sold their first chemical vapour deposition (CVD) reactor to a French university, which is made to grow aligned carbon nanotubes (CNTs) . The reactor was assembled and made to work i [...]

In most cases, model trains are seen as a hobby for old men, so its a wonder that its joining forces with the likes of 3D printing. It is hoped that by doing this will not only improve the hobby for current fans, but also draw in [...]

A massive 14.5-meter architectural structure made using 3D printed parts has taken pride of place in the atrium of the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). University professors Felix Raspall and Carlos Banon deci [...]