Category Archives: Education

New home of Dr. Dre university school to include 3D printing and scanning

Iovine and Young Hall is the new home for the Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation, a new institute at the University of Southern California (USC). The facility, Supported by music producer Jimmy Iovine and rapper and entrepreneur Dr. Dre (Andre Young), is now under construction following a […]

America Makes creates 3D printing education ACADEMI

America Makes is the US national additive manufacturing innovation institute, based in Youngstown, Ohio. The Lanterman Group is a 3D printing consultancy, chaired by Anthony Hughes. These two groups have now come together to create ACADEMI, a national 3D printing education program directed towards those working in any skill or profession. ACADEMI is an acronym […]

The future of 3D printing by Claude Wolf, University of Luxembourg

Our series looking at the future of 3D printing continues with insights into the next generation of engineers and the circular economy from the Research Unit in Engineering Sciences (RUES) at University of Luxembourg.  Claude Wolf is a senior lecturer in civil and mechanical engineering at the University of Luxembourg, Kirchberg. His academic expertise is in computer aided design and […]

Added Scientific address skills shortage with UK 3D printing courses

Added Scientific is an official spin-out of the Centre for Additive Manufacturing at the University of Nottingham, home to Xaar’s High Speed Sintering (HSS) process and a $28.6 million advanced manufacturing facility. For the first time since its incorporation in 2015, the company is delivering a program of 3D printing courses to the public, previously […]

FAMU awarded $4.9m for 3D printing micro and biomedical materials

In the latest wave of grants from the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) Florida A&M University (FAMU) and the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering have received an award for $4.9 million dollars. To be delivered in instalments from September 2017 through August 2022, the grant will help the institutions establish the Center for Complex Materials Design for […]

San Francisco college to invest $350k in new MakerSpaces

The City College of San Francisco (CCSF) has received a $350,000 grant to develop a new Maker Sphere. Speaking to the San Francisco Examiner CCSF’s Jeff Hamilton explained, “We are creating a new space and learning environment where students can engage in learning 21st century skills“. “Our students are already ‘makers’ and have been for […]