3D Printing News Briefs: April 7, 2017

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In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, medical technology firm axial3D has secured over £530,000 in seed funding, while four University of Bristol graduates are on their way to China with their. View the entire article via our website.

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Material Speculation: Morehshin Allahyari Releases Collection So Public Can 3D Print Pieces Destroyed by ISIS

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Many are still cringing in horror over the devastation wrought by ISIS at the Mosul Museum in Iraq last year. In a violent plundering of the Mosul, the Jihadists entered the museum and went to work. View the entire article via our website. 3D printed art 3D Printing Featured Stories 3D printed artifact reconstruction 3d printed artifacts 3D printed museum pieces destroyed by ISIS 3d printed statues ISIS Morehshin Allahyari Museum Mosul Toronto’s Trinity Square Video

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BPC's Day at the White House Maker Faire

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Soon after, we bumped into Caine, of Caine''s Arcade , who inspired our very own cardboard arcade at BPC in which we combined old school materials (cardboard and duct tape) with some newer technology (MaKey MaKey and Scratch).

U.S. Senator Udall Advances Funding for Construction at NM Military Bases, NM Veterans

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million to construct a new hazardous cargo pad and taxiway for aircraft transporting explosives and other dangerous material. Currently, the base must close other runways when transporting hazardous material, resulting in single-runway operations.

Design, Engineering, and Innovation: How U.S. …

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But whether the goal is a product that makes healthcare more affordable, or a technology that helps restore a sense of normalcy to the lives of wounded soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, the impact of an innovation rises with its success in satisfying needs that were previously unmet.