• May : 27 : 2016 - Planetary Resources turns asteroid prospecting satellites toward Earth
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  • May : 27 : 2016 - One pill to rule them all: 3D printing tech combines multiple drugs in a single pill
  • May : 27 : 2016 - Educators Come up Big at the First MakerBot STEAM Makeathon in NYC
  • May : 27 : 2016 - This algorithm could make DNA origami as simple as 3D printing

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If it could work with asteroids, why not the Earth? That’s the thinking behind space mining company Planetary Resources ‘ plan to adapt its asteroid prospecting satellite design to Earth observation.

Remembering to take a pill once daily can be hard enough, but it gets particularly challenging when you have to take several doses throughout the day – especially if you’re taking multiple types of medication.

Remembering to take a pill once daily can be hard enough, but it gets particularly challenging when you have to take several doses throughout the day – especially if you’re taking multiple types of medication. To make things easier, scientists at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed a new technique that uses a 3D printer to combine multiple doses of different medications in a single time-release tablet

The first summer STEAM Makeathon was a resounding success! Hosted at our Brooklyn headquarters, our Makeathon gathered educators from all levels for two fun-filled days of collaboration and learning. Attendees had free access to both Spheros and Ozobots, enjoyed a SOLIDWORKS breakout session, and walked away with their own 3D printing project for the classroom

 If you want to print something a few inches tall, extruded plastic is a good medium. But when you need something at the nanometer scale, DNA is a better bet — but who has the time to design and assemble it base by base? New research lets would-be DNA origami masters design the shape — while an algorithm determines where to put our friends A, T, G, and C.

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If it could work with asteroids, why not the Earth? That’s the thinking behind space mining company Planetary Resources ‘ plan to adapt its asteroid prospecting satellite design to Earth observation.

Remembering to take a pill once daily can be hard enough, but it gets particularly challenging when you have to take several doses throughout the day – especially if you’re taking multiple types of medication. To make things easier, scientists at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed a new technique that uses a 3D printer to combine multiple doses of different medications in a single time-release tablet

Remembering to take a pill once daily can be hard enough, but it gets particularly challenging when you have to take several doses throughout the day – especially if you’re taking multiple types of medication.

The first summer STEAM Makeathon was a resounding success! Hosted at our Brooklyn headquarters, our Makeathon gathered educators from all levels for two fun-filled days of collaboration and learning. Attendees had free access to both Spheros and Ozobots, enjoyed a SOLIDWORKS breakout session, and walked away with their own 3D printing project for the classroom

 If you want to print something a few inches tall, extruded plastic is a good medium. But when you need something at the nanometer scale, DNA is a better bet — but who has the time to design and assemble it base by base? New research lets would-be DNA origami masters design the shape — while an algorithm determines where to put our friends A, T, G, and C.

At i.materialise and our mother company Materialise , our mission is all about making high-quality 3D printing closer and more accessible for everybody. We’re excited to be working with Microsoft to achieve this goal together. Thanks to our joint efforts, users of Microsoft 3D Builder and all other Windows 3D Printing Platform apps will be able to directly order professional, high-quality prints of their models, in 20 different materials and over 100 possible color and finish combinations, through i.materialise

“I want to give you the wind.” It sounds like a bit of overly romantic hyperbole – the kind one character might declare to another during an episode of Game of Thrones (in between all the stabbing and beheading). But a new jewelry company is making it possible to convert that sentiment into an actual piece of jewelry thanks to a bit of virtual modelling and 3D printing. ..

“I want to give you the wind.” It sounds like a bit of overly romantic hyperbole – the kind one character might declare to another during an episode of Game of Thrones (in between all the stabbing and beheading). But a new jewelry company is making it possible to convert that sentiment into an actual piece of jewelry thanks to a bit of virtual modelling and 3D printing

Annallisa Nicola is the CEO and co-founder of XYZBAG .

In the second part of our Guide to Makerspaces, we’ll c […] The post Our guide to Makerspaces – Part 2 appeared first on Sculpteo Blog – 3D Printing News and Trends .

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