It’s Friday and you know what that means…it’s time for your weekly 3D Printing and STEM education news roundup! This week in the ever growing world of 3D printing the “big” news is that Amazon has now entered the playing field (please see below for a couple articles related to this business move). In the realm of STEM education, we really found the article Engineering students want jobs at NASA, Google, Boeing, Apple and Microsoft — in that order very intriguing and it gives you real insight into the frame of mind of our engineering students and what really inspires them.
On a side note, we would like to thank everyone that made it out to our second Product Design and Development Seminar on Monday, June 10th in Honolulu at the Manoa Innovation Center! We had a wonderful time sharing information and meeting everyone!
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3D Printing News
- Amazon Expands Into Additive Manufacturing Source: Engineering.com
- GE Aviation Cuts 3D Print Time in LEAP Engine Source: Design News
- Rapid 2013 Day 2: The State of the Additive Manufacturing Industry Source: Rapid Ready Technology
- Nike and Adidas Use 3D Printing to Speed Up Prototyping Source: Engineering.com
- Amazon Creates A 3D Printing Store, Vaulting The Technology Into The Mainstream Source: Tech Crunch
- 3D Printing Helps Ford Cut Production Time on Some Parts by 25% Source: Mashable
STEM Education News
- This Is What STEM Jobs Really Look Like Source: Fast Company
- Half of all engineers are considering additional training Source: Engineering.com
- Tech jobs aren’t just for Silicon Valley Source: CNN Money
- Engineering students want jobs at NASA, Google, Boeing, Apple and Microsoft — in that order Source: Geek Wire
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