This week’s selection is “My First Book About Engineering” by Patricia J. Wynne, Donald M. Silver and Ariel Fleming.
Creality recently concluded its sponsorship of Yale University’s first Funbotics Camp.
Prusa Research launched a new service, “Prusa Education”.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at Toshiba’s reinvention and its new makerspace initiative.
A new foundation has been established for engineers that needs your help.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and I say that a 3D printed object is worth a billion.
Creality is building a strong relationship with Brazil through an international space program.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the use of 3D printing by Texas A&M students.
The award-winning students discuss project applications, inspirations, challenges and insights about the future of STEM events.
This week’s selection is “The Art of Doing Science and Engineering” by Richard W. Hamming and Bret Victor.
I’m reading an interesting analysis of how educators could save cash by 3D printing their own learning aids.
This week’s selection is ”Interactive maps for visually impaired” by physicist Sergei V. Bogdanov.
Charles R. Goulding examines opportunities for students looking for internships in the 3D printing industry in the strange landscape of 2020.
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.
Do you have 3D printers in your school? There are best practices for doing so, and this book explains how to use 3D printing in a classroom effectively.
Winners have been announced in 3D Hubs’ Student Grant design contest highlighting student work in product design, transportation, sustainability, robotics, and healthcare.
This week’s question probes the software required for schools using 3D printing.