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Roadmap for Design and Application of Next-Generation Additive Manufacturing Materials Released by Penn State

Roadmap for Design and Application of Next-Generation Additive Manufacturing Materials Released by Penn State

Penn State researchers have provided a roadmap for a strategy to build the fundamental knowledge needed to speed up the development and application of additive manufacturing materials over the next decade. [More]
Entrepreneurship Challenge for Australian PhD Students to Design Innovative, Profitable Start-Up Concept

Entrepreneurship Challenge for Australian PhD Students to Design Innovative, Profitable Start-Up Concept

Dynamic Australian PhD students will have the opportunity to compete in a 24-hour entrepreneurship challenge to design an innovative and profitable start-up concept. [More]
Unison Launches Innovative Software to Manage Tube Bending Process

Unison Launches Innovative Software to Manage Tube Bending Process

Groundbreaking software to manage the tube bending process from programming to production is being launched by Unison - the pioneers of all-electric CNC tube bending technology. Its latest software tools package provide significant progress in three areas: simulation, machine programming flexibility, and data collection. The resulting optimisation and versatility of tube bending will help tubular part manufacturers to substantially boost the productivity of operations. [More]
UCLA Professor Earns 2016 3M Non-Tenured Faculty Award for New Materials Development

UCLA Professor Earns 2016 3M Non-Tenured Faculty Award for New Materials Development

Alexander Spokoyny, an assistant professor in the department of chemistry and biochemistry, has received a 2016 3M Non-Tenured Faculty Award. The honor, which is intended to help young faculty achieve tenure while teaching and conducting research, recognizes Spokoyny for his work on developing new materials and synthetic methods using boron cluster compounds. Nominations for the annual award are made by 3M researchers. [More]
Researchers Draw Inspiration from Nature to Promote and Transport Condensed Water Droplets

Researchers Draw Inspiration from Nature to Promote and Transport Condensed Water Droplets

Organisms such as cacti and desert beetles can survive in arid environments because they've evolved mechanisms to collect water from thin air. The Namib desert beetle, for example, collects water droplets on the bumps of its shell while V-shaped cactus spines guide droplets to the plant's body. [More]
New York Fashion Week Features Revolutionary 3D Printed Dresses Created by Stratasys and threeASFOUR

New York Fashion Week Features Revolutionary 3D Printed Dresses Created by Stratasys and threeASFOUR

Stratasys, a 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company, has partnered with high-end fashion designers, threeASFOUR, and New York-based designer Travis Fitch to produce two exclusive futuristic 3D printed dresses using the breakthrough Stratasys 3D printing technology. [More]
Lockheed Martin’s GPS III Satellite Successfully Completes Critical System-Level Thermal Vacuum Testing

Lockheed Martin’s GPS III Satellite Successfully Completes Critical System-Level Thermal Vacuum Testing

Engineers at Lockheed Martin recently proved their design for the world’s most powerful Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite can operate in and withstand the harsh conditions it will experience on orbit. [More]
EuroCPS Calls for Innovative Cyber-Physical System Projects

EuroCPS Calls for Innovative Cyber-Physical System Projects

CEA-Leti, coordinator of the pan-European consortium EuroCPS, today announced that the 15 partners are continuing their support for SMEs, midcaps and large companies with the second open call for industrial projects, which is open from Oct. 28 to Dec. 2. Innovative cyber-physical system (CPS) projects can be submitted. [More]
The First 3D Printer is Being Sent into Space

The First 3D Printer is Being Sent into Space

A 3D printer is being sent to the International Space Station (ISS) by a collaborative team comprised of aerospace manufacturers Made In Space and Lowe's Innovation Labs. The 3D printer is expected to increase the operational capacity of the ISS. [More]
Advion’s nano LC Ion Source Receives BCEIA New Product Innovation Award

Advion’s nano LC Ion Source Receives BCEIA New Product Innovation Award

Advion, Inc., a leading systems and consumables developer for the life sciences industry, and operating division of Bohui Innovation Technology, announces that its nano LC ion source, Chip-Mate, received a new product innovation award at this week's BCEIA conference and exhibition being held this week in Beijing. [More]