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September 10, 2019 | Source: 3D Printing Industry, 3dprintingindustry.com, Tia Vialva, 13 August 2019
AFRL, Boeing, Thermwood Apply Large-Scale Additive Manufacturing to Autoclave Tools
The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Manufacturing and Industrial Technology Division (ManTech) is collaborating with Boeing and Indiana-based machinery manufacturer...
June 4, 2019 | Source: National Interest, 3 May 2019
The Navy Can Now 3-D Print Submarines on the Fly for SEALs
It usually takes the Navy around 5 months to build even the smallest submarines to ferry Navy SEALs into and out of combat zones — but thanks to new technology, the Navy's most...
May 7, 2019 | Source: Purdue, Chris Adam, 9 April 2019
New Hybrid Energy Method Could Fuel the Future of Rockets, Spacecraft for Exploration
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Graphene, a new material with applications in biomedical technology, electronics, composites, energy, and sensors, may soon help send rockets to space. A...
June 18, 2018 | Source: TechStartup, techstartups.com, 19 April 2018
Startup Makes Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Breakthroughs in Object Recognition, Imagery Analytics
ZAC - "We are developing a revolutionary technology leap in Artificial Intelligence, analytics, recognition, and search, based on General AI." The recognition of objects is one of...
August 14, 2017 | Source: Duke University, today.duke.edu, 14 July 2017, Robin A. Smith
Helping Robots Learn to See in 3-D
Autonomous robots can inspect nuclear power plants, clean up oil spills in the ocean, accompany fighter planes into combat and explore the surface of Mars. Yet for all their...