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21
Sep

3D Printed Habitat Challenge: Road Trip to Maker Faire

Now that my team mates and I have submitted everything to the contest organizers I feel at liberty to share all of our deliverables.  For the…

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11
Sep

Printing Glass

Mediated Matter, a group that focuses on "Nature-inspired Design and Design-inspired Nature," collaborated with MIT's Department of Mechanical Engineering and MIT's Glass Lab to synthesize millennia-old…

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18
Aug

3D Printed Habitat Challenge

  After making it past two rounds of selection some friends and I are moving onto the final round in NASA and AmericaMakes's 3D Printed Habitat Challenge.  The…

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06
Jul

US DoD Follows Galactic Empire’s Lead by Developing Its Own Speeder Bike

Everyone who has seen Star Wars: Return of the Jedi remembers the awe and exhilaration we felt watching Luke and Leia hop from speeder bike to…

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11
May

Super-efficient Heat Sink

Back in college, one of my professors told me that computers are just really fancy space heaters. And he was absolutely right. Yes, processors can run…

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27
Apr

Hot Off the Solidoodle Press

As designers and engineers who work on consumer products, it's always exciting, when all the iterating and designing and refining is done, to use the very…

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27
Feb

Honey On Tap

About the only thing I use honey for is a Hot Toddy, and I've never really given much thought to how that honey gets from the beehive…

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11
Feb

What Neil Armstrong Kept In His Closet Is WAY Cooler Than What I Keep In Mine

If, for some reason, you went poking around in my closet, I can guarantee you'd be pretty underwhelmed. You'd find clothes, some shoes, a gym bag, and…

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