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  • MIT introduces new interface for multi-material 3-D printing

    Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a new interface for multi-material 3-D printing that a recent article in Design News believes could do for 3-D printing what Photoshop did for graphic design. details>>
  • Taiwan-based startup creates phone app for 3-D printing

    Taiwan-based startup T3D has developed a 3-D printing smartphone app that connects your phone to a printer and allows for the creation of small objects in another breakthrough for making additive manufacturing easier for consumers to use. details>>
  • Revolution Plastics launches farm-side recycling program in Minnesota

    Minnesota farmers will be able to take advantage of a new recycling program for plastic wrap that has been brought to Winona County by Revolution Plastics, which is offering dumpsters to collect the film at the farms before it is shipped to Wisconsin for baling and then Arkansas where it is turned into trash bags. details>>
  • Ithaca College student creates 3-D printed, functional prosthetic hand

    Ithaca College (N.Y.) senior Ryan Bouricius, who as a teaching assistant runs the college 3-D Printing Lab, recently completed a functional prosthetic hand that can be used to grip, write, and even catch a ball. details>>
  • Ocean Cleanup offers new methods for ridding oceans of plastics

    In June 2016, The Ocean Cleanup, a Dutch Foundation that seeks to develop advanced technologies to clean the oceans of plastics, released details about its North Sea prototype off the coast of the Netherlands. details>>
  • Exhibitor registration for T-PLAS 2017 is now open

    Online registration for exhibitors at T-PLAS 2017, the International Trade Fair for the Plastics and Rubber Industries, is now available at www.tplas.com. details>>
  • Additive manufacturing has extended to world of fine dining

    The popularity of 3-D printing and additive manufacturing has spread throughout the world and spread across a wide variety of industries from plastics to metal fabrication to aerospace and automotive, but now it has taken a delicious turn into the world of culinary and fine dining. details>>
  • Drug delivery system draws funding from Gates Foundation

    Intarcia Therapeutics recently announced that it has completed a second round of equity financing for its subcutaneous Medici drug delivery system, which included a sizable contribution from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to help develop the system for use in spreading anti-HIV medications in sub-Saharan Africa. details>>
  • Thermoplastic resin producer developing material for 3-D printing in space

    Brazil-based Braskem, one of the largest thermoplastic resin producers in the Americas, has entered into an agreement with official NASA supplier Made In Space, Inc. to develop I'm Green plastic for commercial 3-D printing technology in space details>>
  • Young scientists are using bacteria to break down plastics

    When in 12th grade, Miranda Wang and Jeanny Yao searched for bacteria that could break down plastics, specifically by breaking down phthalates. details>>
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