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Jenny Chen - "We believe that people, and not technology, are the driving force behind technological revolution"

Jenny Chen is the mind behind 3DHeals. One of the goals of 3DHeals is to educate the community about applications and innovations using 3D Printing in the healthcare industry. 744 more words

3D Printing

Stratasys debuts new 3D printing tech, partnerships with Ford and Boeing

Stratasys has one of those classic founder stories. According to the company, inventor S. Scott Crump got the bright idea to make a toy frog for his daughter using a hot glue gun full of plastic and candle wax. 442 more words


More on 3D Printing in Elementary

The more I watch students with 3D printers, the more I am convinced that every classroom should have one that is actively used. Over a year ago, I wrote about… 579 more words

Exploring some shapes in Henry Segerman's new book

Henry Segerman’s new book – Visualizing Mathematics with 3D Printing – arrived last week:

Today's doorbell ring and package delivery exceeded expectations by 10,000 miles…

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Bioprinting bones and muscles: The inkjet cell printers shaping the future of transplants

14 years ago, most businesses hadn’t even heard of 3D printing, let alone experimented with printing objects in material like plastic or metal. But one research institute was already laying the foundation for building its own 3D printer for an altogether more complex material: human tissue. 101 more words

Medical Technology

3D printing fancies and fantasies

3D printing fascinates me. It probably does a lot more than that for the scientists who are ever closer to printing out entire human organs. It is already possible to small body parts and  heart tissue  that actually beats by using this technology.  197 more words

Research & Reflection