By: Heather Tackett It is safe to say that most industries these days are searching for the quickest and most cost-efficient ways to develop their business. The medical industry is no stranger to this concept and thanks to advancements in 3D printing, ideas that once seemed futuristic and far off, are now becoming more and
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To hear politicians like City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, or council members Steve Levin and Letitia James tell it, Downtown Brooklyn is a critical hub of New York City’s blossoming tech industry.
You might not realize it, but there are actually two companies pursuing asteroid mining today. One is Planetary Resources, backed by notables such as James Cameron, Larry Page, Eric Schmidt and more. The other company is Deep Space Industries.
(Photo: DVice) PEZ dispensers are one of those nostalgia-ridden cultural symbols that recall a simpler time when life was about sugary candy and Pokemon cards and all those other things co-opted by BuzzFeed’s Rewind vertical.
Asteroids have been catching our attention a lot lately . Apophis was found to be larger and more dangerous than initially believed just in time for it to pass by Earth at 9.3 million miles. NASA has a potential plan to give the Moon its own moon by capturing an asteroid
Will 2013 be the year that you adopt 3D printing? With additive manufacturing being adopted by industries both large and small it’s time to really consider whether 3D printing fits into your production cycle
The future may be printed in 3D, but MakerBot Industries doesn’t want guns to be any part of it. In the wake of the tragic Sandy Hook school shooting, MarkerBot has taken the step of removing gun components from an online repository of 3D printing models called Thingiverse. An attorney for MakerBot has confirmed in Here is the original post: MakerBot removes gun parts from 3D printing repository healthinsurancehunter.com