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Nano RAY-T Sells Their First CVD Reactor

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 [...]

Endurance Technologies Creates Telepresence Robot: Part 1

By 2015 most members of the future team at Endurance Technologies have managed to earn enough money to risk their time in long-term perspective (with 1 year time frame). They decided to organize a startup. Buying and selling? Nooo [...]

Tiny 3D Printed Cameras with Enormous Potential

3D printing has has a presence in the medical industry since the 1980s for modelling body parts that are otherwise untouchable without invasive surgery, but research into the potential of this technology is bringing clinicians clo [...]

Students of TU/e Present Concrete Pavilion

Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) has designed a concrete printer which has been used for research since 2015, and its part of a research project on 3D printing concrete. This project is supported by a group of private com [...]

Transcend Robotics and ORNL Form Partnership

Transcend Robotics, an innovator in ground-based robotic mobility, has announced a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). Transcend R [...]

Makerworks – A Haven for Students

"A Makerspace for students, by students", is very fitting for this project, an all all-access Department of Mechanical Engineering (MechE) makerspace from MIT. This community space offers ways to make as well as ways to measure pr [...]

One Million Stem Cells, One Partnership

Cell Applications, Inc. and StemoniX announced a partnership, allowing them to produce up to one billion human induced pluripotent stem cells (HiPSC) from one lot within one week. These high-quality, consistent stem cells enable r [...]

Pavia University Unveils Survey

The University of Pavia and University of Vaasa have together developed a survey on advanced manufacturing systems. Their aim is to investigate how advanced manufacturing systems affect the configuration of the Global Value Chain, [...]

Printing in Orange Peel?!

Someday in the future, the peel from your fruity snack, or even you leftover coffee granules could be transformed into a new, useful plastic object. The importance of bioplastics isn't new in a world where we all need to be consci [...]

Students create new ankle foot orthosis

Thousands of patients around the world could soon feel the benefit of 3D printing thanks to a new approach to producing Ankle Foot Orthosis (AFO), pioneered by students at Gonzaga University in Washington. Additive manufacturing c [...]