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Ever heard of an Ink Lab? Pune's PVG's College just got one step closer to getting their students 'inked' in style

PVG's College of Technology in Pune established an Ink Lab recently. We find out about how this lab will help, the state of the print industry and the scope for students who are studying print tech

Published on 24th April 2017
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Kochi engineering student Paul George built his own 3D printer from scratch — and it cost him just 70k

Paul George, a third year mechanical engineering student of Rajagiri Engineering College conceptualized, designed and put together a 3D printer all by himself — and it works great

Published on 13th June 2017
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Remember the kid who created the world's tiniest satellite? Meet the team of students who were part of creating that satellite that is now in space 

Space Kidz India and its young scientists were ecstatic as their light, 3D printed satellite Kalam Sat was launched into space on Thursday

Published on 22nd June 2017
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Smart, tech-driven and informal: What tomorrow's workspaces will look like?

C Velan, CEO and MD of Tata Realty and Infrastructure who chaired the session, started the discussion by pointing out the important dimensions of the future workspace

Published on 18th January 2018
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Turning concepts and ideas into three-dimensional works of daily art

3D printing application engineer helps bring a fragile idea or concept to use with 3D printing technology or additive manufacturing

Published on 7th February 2018
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PM launches #FutureSkills to bring MIT, Stanford University and IIT content to train 4 million Indians

The platform is also expected to impart the skills required for new age IT professionals, with Nasscom President R Chandrasekhar stating that FutureSkills would benefit many

Published on 19th February 2018
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You can soon '3D print the food' that you crave! Here's how

Researchers from South Korea's Ewha Woman's University have developed a new technique to 3D print food that can allow users to cook according to their preferences

Published on 25th April 2018
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Kochi colleges reject robotics, hell-bent on traditional engineering curriculum  

Every change is being torpedoed. We can manage political opposition from outside, but what if the changes are resisted from within, says a prof who thinks changes are important

Published on 4th July 2018
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How the free flow of 3D guns could worsen the 'epidemic of armed violence' in the US

Now even guns are made using 3D technology and this has become a hot topic of public discourse

Published on 6th August 2018
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From facial recognition to 3D printing, everything that went into Mahatma Gandhi's two-sided bust in South Africa

A two-sided bust of Mahatma Gandhi, conceptualised and designed by Birad Rajaram Yajnik and team, was installed at the iconic Pietermaritzburg railway station in South Africa recently

Published on 27th September 2018
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How this start-up run by IIT Madras alums is going to 3D print your next house

Incidentally, though they didn't start off wanting to print houses, the co-founders were very excited about 3D printing as a concept

Published on 31st October 2018
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Novel 3D bioprinting tech to create artificial blood vessels, organ tissue

Hardened blood vessels are associated with cardiovascular disease, but engineering a solution for viable artery and tissue replacement has historically proven challenging

Published on 22nd October 2018
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This IIT research team has found a solution to the water crisis that is squeezing India dry

Taking a leaf from nature’s book, a team from IIT Mandi has developed a material that can harvest water from fog

Published on 26th November 2018
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Through their workshops, Leo & Mike want to lend students an interdisciplinary outlook

Leo & Mike is approximately six-months-old and is still making all the right noise 

Published on 9th December 2018
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Union Budget 2019: Young people to be trained in languages and skills like AI, IoT

Nirmala Sitharaman said that this is to to create a large number of manpower with speed and high standards, employable both in India and abroad

Published on 5th July 2019

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