MakerBot announced a significant donation of 3D printing gear to a series of nonprofits.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at Toshiba’s reinvention and its new makerspace initiative.
Howard University announced a partnership with Xometry to provide over US$900K in scholarships for mechanical engineers.
This week’s selection is “The 3D Printing Cookbook: Tinkercad Edition” by David Seto.
The award-winning students discuss project applications, inspirations, challenges and insights about the future of STEM events.
A new patch will celebrate Girl Scouts learning about additive manufacturing.
Ultimaker and America Makes have announced a new program to broaden access to 3D printers for female students across the US.
A new scholarship program from EOS North America is set to even the playing field for historically underserved students pursuing STEM education.
Charles R. Goulding and Alyssa Schneider take a look at the recently established US Digital Service Academy.
STEMFIE is a new venture designed to offer 3D printable components to children to help them learn mechanics in the 21st century.
There’s a gap in 3D printing education, but how can it be filled? We have some ideas.
We speak with MakerGirl’s Executive Director, Mary Hadley, about the importance of early access to 3D printing.
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.
Is it possible to have a particle accelerator on your desk? Yes, it is possible, thanks to the design of a 3D printed particle accelerator by a 17-year-old student.