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MakerMex seeks to make 3D printing technology available to everyone with the MM1, recently funded on Kickstarter. Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) October 28, 2014
MakerMex's MM1 modular 3D printer is capable of printing single extrusion, dual extrusion and paste extrusion CHARLOTTE, N.C., Oct.
The MM1 will print everything from plastics to play-doh and will adapt to future technology. Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) October 02, 2014 MakerMex has launched
A new study finds that 3D printing of plastic products is not only cheaper, but also greener, because it releases less carbon dioxide than producing things en masse in a factory and shipping those products to a warehouse.
According to new research, algae growing in Roman Baths could be used to make fuel for cars.
A lightning researcher at the University of Bath has discovered that during thunderstorms, giant natural particle accelerators can form 40 km above the surface of the Earth.
Computer scientists at the University of Bath have developed a new way of making life-like animations of trees using video footage of the real thing.
While most studies of bacterial infection are done after the death of the infected organism, this system developed by scientists at the University of Bath and University of Exeter is the first to follow the progress of infection in real-time with living organisms.
Dr Julie Turner-Cobb, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Bath and co-author on the study, said: "These findings are important as they give us a clearer understanding about how some of the symptoms we see in AS are linked to how an individual adapts to change at a chemical level."
One hundred and fifty years after the construction of Crystal Palace at the Great Exhibition, scientists at The University of Nottingham and the University of California, Berkeley in collaboration with the University of Bath, have presented an explanation of how atoms behave as glass cools and hardens.
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