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Virginia Commonwealth University’s Virtual Curation Laboratory (VCL) has been live since 2011. Originally as a means of recording American Indian artifacts for research and preservation, the project was started by Dr. Bernard K. M [...]

Dr. Anthony Williams of the National Center of Computational Toxicology and the Environmental Protection Agency in the US, has developed a JMol searchable database of over 30,000 3D printable crystal models for use in education. G [...]

The University of Nottingham is on its way to become an even more prominent figure in the world of British 3D printing. A ground-breaking ceremony has taken place to mark the start of work to build a pioneering Institute for Advan [...]

MakerBot have announced they will offer a 3D printing teaching program to over 800 school teachers in India. Vel Tech University, based in Chennai, and MakerBot developed the project in accordance with local governments. The progr [...]

The School of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) at Georgia Institute of Technology (GATECH) is the latest venue to offer a MakerSpace and has opened a new Materials Innovation & Learning Lab (MILL). This is the second ti [...]

This weekend every Barnes & Noble is hosting a Mini MakerFaire along with a series of parallel activities where visitors will be able to try some cutting edge educational products. And if you happen to be in Seattle, the Publi [...]

A team of engineering students from Kochi and Bangalore have just won the Innovation Jockeys 5 award for the empowerment of women for their NeuroBuds – in-ear devices that measure the neurological signals for panic to send out a d [...]

California's College of the Canyons (COC) officially opened up their second MakerSpace facility last week, giving their students and community members a new place to manufacture and prototype their ideas. Dr. Ron McFarland, dean o [...]

Yesterday, the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) opened its Additive Manufacturing and Multifunctional Printing (AMPrint) Center, with the intention of making Henrietta, NY a global presence in the development of 3D printing [...]

The Australian Government are giving out grants between $10,000 and $50,000 to encourage the implementation of a new Digital Technologies curriculum. Applications are open to proposals from schools and organizations, with one exam [...]