The Dream It. Do It. Initiative is addressig the skills gap by reaching out to students, parents, and educators to help them understand global challenges and education paths to obtain skills that lead to good paying careers in manufacturing and related businesses.
While praising NASA's efforts and focus on in-space manufacturing, the U.S. National Research Council report stressed that the agency should organize its various centers to identify priority projects for use on the station.
The Cambridge lab is called Danger!Awesome, and it is helpingto introduce 3-D printing and laser-cutting technologies to people who don’t have the knowledge or access to factory- grade equipment to turn develop their big ideas into actual products.
The 2020 Summer Olympics are still a long way away, but Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is already looking to improve on the festivities. His idea is to hold an Olympic style event as part of the international athletic competition—only this event is specifically for robots. “I would like to gather all of the world’s […]
Back in May, we introduced you to the idea of solar roads that could power your electric car and even combat climate change. Well, now there’s a new project in the world of solar powered vehicles and this one is breaking records already! Sunswift, a team of engineering students from the University of New South […]
NASA has been having a busy summer. First, they announced that they are recommitted to sending a manned mission to Mars by the year 2035, and now they want to take a step further into the great unknown. Last week at their Washington headquarters, CBSNews.com reports that the space agency has announced plans to search […]
We hope everyone out there is enjoying their summer vacation! During this (much needed) downtime, it can get a little tricky to keep on track with your projects. Kids fresh out of college are looking for work and it can be a challenge to balance work with summer research and internships, or just having fun […]
With the World Cup finishing up this past Sunday, you may have remembered that the festivities got “kicked off” by a paraplegic man using a robotic exoskeleton to help him move. This was all thanks to the great work of the Walk Again Project, an organization we covered back in January. As if this great […]