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January 29th, 2019

Graf van beroemde Engelse ontdekkingsreiziger gevonden in Londen

Graf van beroemde Engelse ontdekkingsreiziger gevonden in Londen Daan Couwenbergh 29 januari 2019 Tijdens opgravingen bij het Londense Euston Station hebben archeologen het graf van de Britse ontdekkingsreiziger Matthew Flinders gevonden. Flinders werd bekend als de eerste Europeaan die rond Australië voer en zo vast stelde dat het een los continent was. Het graf van de ontdekkingsreiziger werd gevonden tijdens archeologische …Continue reading →

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Engineers create 3D printed smart objects with embodied logic

In nature, there are countless examples of motion in organisms that don’t have brains or nervous systems, such as the Venus flytrap. It closes when prey goes inside, but it also opens if it accidentally shuts on something that can’t be digested via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20190129-engineers-create-3d-printed-smart-objects-with-embodied-logic.html

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Volvo installs 3D printed Living Seawall tiles in Sydney Harbour to combat ocean plastic pollution

Volvo recently installed its 3D printed Living Seawall in the Sydney Harbour to promote marine biodiversity. Approximately half of Sydney’s coast has been converted to manmade seawall over the last 200 years due to increased urbanization via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20190129-volvo-installs-3d-printed-living-seawall-tiles-in-sydney-harbour.html

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Johnson & Johnson subsidiary DePuy Synthes invests €36M to advance material science in 3D printing

Medtech company DePuy Synthes Ireland has announced that the company is investing €36 million in 3D printing research and development and creating 30 jobs at its Cork facility. via 3ders.org, http://www.3ders.org/articles/20190129-johnson-johnson-subsidiary-depuy-synthes-invests-advance-material-science-in-3d-printing.html

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