The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) and Women in 3D Printing (Wi3DP) have formed a partnership to attract and build a diverse next gen workforce to advance the Additive Manufacturing (AM) industry.
On Tuesday, International Women’s Day, Women in 3D Printing released their regular Diversity For Additive Manufacturing report.
The women of R&D Tax Savers see 3D printing technologies and trends in their work almost every day.
Brad Halsey is the CEO and Founder of Building Momentum, and second #MenAllies interview!
Women in 3D Printing hosted a vitally important conversation this week, taking a stance against hate.
A new patch will celebrate Girl Scouts learning about additive manufacturing.
This International Women’s Day, the official 2021 campaign theme is #ChooseToChallenge.
Ultimaker and America Makes have announced a new program to broaden access to 3D printers for female students across the US.
This International Women’s Day, the theme is #ChooseToChallenge; in 3D printing, we need to challenge our industry to continue to grow.
A new scholarship program from EOS North America is set to even the playing field for historically underserved students pursuing STEM education.
“You can’t be what you can’t see.”
If you watch only one episode of Ok Xoomer, make it this one.
Mariya Gelman is a Research and Development Manager in HP’s 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing Business.
Jill Christner is the President and General Manager of SLM Solutions for the Americas.
Women in 3D Printing’s 2020 Diversity for Additive Manufacturing report is a special edition, and it’s something everyone should read.
Women in 3D Printing is seeking feedback for a special edition of the Diversity for Additive Manufacturing report.
Ellen J. Kullman is the President and CEO of Carbon.
Desktop 3D printing has come a long way over the years; we catch up with BCN3D for a look at various perspectives of the business.
Fabbaloo’s official stance on the need for diversity in the 3D printing industry: this industry is stronger together.
These are troubled times. The 3D printing industry is banding together to stand strong on the right side of history.
We’ve been discussing a lot about virtual 3D printing events lately, as current global circumstance is keeping us physically separated.
Women in 3D Printing started as a mere blog, but today it’s a worldwide movement. We offer our congratulations and support.
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and STEAM (adding in the Arts) education is more important than ever for the next generation — but it isn’t always accessible, or equitable.
How has the 3D printing industry changed over the last decade? Perhaps more importantly — what changes still need to happen? A workforce perspective.
A collaborative design project is celebrating hundreds of women in STEAM.
We recently caught up with LA-based 3DEO for an update on the latest in metal 3D printing and the company’s celebration of a diverse workforce.
The theme of International Women’s Day 2019 is #BalanceforBetter and the 3D printing community is embracing inclusion and diversity.
This International Women’s Day, I am excited by the promise of this technology transformation to tackle problems in new ways, powered by a more diverse and inclusive workforce.
The Diversity For Additive Manufacturing Report #3 report has been released today, International Women’s Day.
International Women’s Day is this Friday, March 8, and Women in 3D Printing ambassadors are hosting events around the world.
We’re still seeing tech conferences with few or no women or minorities delivering keynotes.
Charles Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi explore the potential impact of 3D printing on retaining women in the architecture business.
This isn’t a feel good story (but it should be).
Women in 3D Printing celebrates four years of work promoting, supporting, and inspiring women using additive manufacturing technologies.
Diversity in the 3D printing industry has long been the focus of Women in 3D Printing.