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MIT launches Additive Manufacturing for Innovative Design and Production (AdditiveX), an online course that addresses the status, fundamentals, applications and implications of AM. Read more

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New platform is aiming to keep workforces up to date with the latest developments in additive manufacturing, artificial intelligence, robotics and more. Read more

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Tao Du, a PhD student in the Computational Fabrication group of MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). Read more

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i-AMdigital

A free interactive platform called i-AMdigital and designed to help enhance skills and fulfil career opportunities in the additive manufacturing space will launch in the New Year. Read more

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MIT Prof John Hart

MIT

MIT launches industry-facing consortium, the Center for Additive and Digital Advanced Production Technologies (ADAPT). Read more

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MIT launches Additive Manufacturing for Innovative Design and Production (AdditiveX), an online course that addresses the status, fundamentals, applications and implications of AM. Read more

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Atlantis Charter School STEM Academy

Atlantis Charter School

Atlantis Charter School has teamed with MIT to incorporate 3D printing into its STEM Academy as the Massachusetts-based school prepared 11th and 12th graders for future careers. Read more

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MIT Professor John Hart

MIT

Massachusetts Institute of Technology is launching a free series of online classroom session, starting with one dedicated to 3D printing. Read more

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From Additive Manufacturing to Adaptive Production

John Hart, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, discusses the role of academic institutions in driving additive manufacturing. Read more

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MIT Professor John Hart

MIT

TCT Magazine speaks to Professor John Hart, an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, ahead of MIT's annual five day 'From 3D printing to the Factory Floor' professional education course. Read more

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Sigma Labs has announced the signing of a Technology Development Agreement (TDA) with OXYS Corporation, which will impact its PrintRite3D INSPECT program. Read more

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Dassault Systemes 3DEXP Lab Solidworks

Dassault Systèmes

Leading 3D software and Product Lifecycle Management solutions company, Dassault Systemes is to extend its 3DEXPERIENCE Lab open innovation laboratory and start-up accelerator to North America. Read more

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Two Engineering departments at Harvard University have collaborated with MIT to develop a new method to 3D-print materials with significant absorbency using a ceramic foam ink. Read more

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers have designed an extremely strong and lightweight material by compressing and fusing flakes of graphene using a multi-material 3D printer. Read more

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A team of researchers from a range of American Universities has manufactured small 3D-printed structures which shrink when heated, rather than expand. Each structure is about the size of a sugar cube and quickly shrinks when it reaches 282 degrees C. Read more

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Researchers at MIT exhibit system with a simple virtual slider system that allows users to go from design to 3D printer in a few steps. Read more

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Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory introduce first multi-material 3D printer to use 3D scanning. Read more

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Chemical engineer and MIT professor Dr Robert Langer awarded the 2015 Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering for advances and leadership in engineering with chemistry and medicine. Read more

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MIT has launched a new short course for professionals looking to expand their knowledge of additive manufacturing at the world-famous institution. Read more

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Formlabs

Formlabs blog

2013 has been some year for the Formlabs team and they're rounding off with a huge cash investment in order to grow even bigger. Read more

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3D Printed Keys

Forbes

Two demos over the weekend at over-lapping Las Vegas conferences have exposed the flaws in security of both Apple and high-security key makers Schlage. Read more

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