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  • Brooklyn 3-D print shop providing prosthetics for Haitian patients

    Brooklyn 3-D printing startup Voodoo Manufacturing is working with charitable group LimbForge to provide 3-D printed prosthetics for people in need. details>>
  • Teenagers use 3-D printing to spearhead fidget spinner craze

    According to a recent Mic article, 17-year-old Allan Maman, a senior at Byram Hills High School in Armonk, N.Y. turned the 3-D printer at his school into the impetus for Fidget360. details>>
  • Scientific American article explains how cat turned milk into plastic

    A recent article from ChemistryWorld, part of Scientific American, explained that the discovery of how milk protein, casein, can be used in the creation of plastics could be credited to the cat of late 19th century Bavarian chemist Adolf Spitteler. details>>
  • 3-D printing used to give Tour de France riders a boost

    Chris Froome and Geriant Thomas took to the first stage of the Tour de France with unique cockpits on their bicycles thanks to custom, titanium 3-D printing production from Pinarello, an Italian bike-maker. details>>
  • Carbios signs agreement with goal of scaling up PET recycling technology

    French green chemistry company Carbios has recently announced an agreement with TechnipFMC to launch a project aimed at scaling Carbios PET (Polyethylene terephthalate) enzymatic recycling process. details>>
  • GE building largest laser-powered 3-D printer for printing metals

    GE Additive is developing a laser-powered 3-D printer for printing parts from metal powder that will be the largest in the world. details>>
  • PlasticsEurope announces industry drive for recycling solutions for polystyrene

    PlasticsEurope, the European Association of Plastics Manufacturers, recently announced that it was launching an industry-wide initiative to develop recycling solutions for polystyrene. details>>
  • 3-D printing enables development of first all-electric commuter plane

    Additive manufacturing and 3-D printing solutions company Stratasys announced that it was working with Israeli aviation company Eviation Aircraft on the research and development of the first all-electric commuter aircraft. details>>
  • 3-D printed graphene aerogel officially the lightest material in the world

    Researchers at Kansas State University have developed a new process for 3-D printing graphene and the new aerogel has been officially labeled the least dense 3-D printed structure in the world by the Guinness Book of World Records. details>>
  • Movement to remove plastic straws from drinks is gaining momentum

    There has been growing momentum in the movement to remove plastic straws from drinks at restaurants and a number of conservation groups have organized around the topic. details>>
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