Month: August 2017

Atom’s New 3D Printer Offers FDM and SLA Capabilities

Atom’s New 3D Printer Offers FDM and SLA Capabilities

With a shipping date of next year, the Atom 3 3D Printer promises to incorporate both FDM and SLA technologies into one sleek machine.

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Total Eclipse of the Highway or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Traffic

Total Eclipse of the Highway or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Traffic

I convinced my wife we should go on a nice 3-day road trip to see the eclipse in totality. Of course, the best laid plans often go awry.

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Edible Innovations: These Spirulina Chocolates Are Helping Reduce Malnutrition

Edible Innovations: These Spirulina Chocolates Are Helping Reduce Malnutrition

Stefania Abbona helped co-found The Algae Factory, a company that produces Spirulina chocolate bars, to help reduce malnutrition.

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A Maker’s Journey to Help Refugees Cook Food with the Sun

A Maker’s Journey to Help Refugees Cook Food with the Sun

Sharon Clausson initially created her Copenhagen Solar Cooker to make camp cookouts easier, but has since used her project to aid refugees.

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7 Ways to Have Fun at Maker Faire Eindhoven

Maker Faire returns to Eindhoven, this year as a fully featured faire with 200 exhibiting makers. Here’s a small sample of what we’re looking forward to.

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Maker Spotlight: Jason Wu

Maker Spotlight: Jason Wu

Meet Jason Wu, a high school student who is already the founder of a biotechnology startup and research associate at an acclaimed Institute.

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Edible Innovations: Meet Barbot, an Open Source Cocktail Maker

Edible Innovations: Meet Barbot, an Open Source Cocktail Maker

Barbot is reshaping the way people drink. This robot responds to its user commands and mixes and serves cocktails.

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