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PHYS.ORG has published an article relating to the laser 3-D printing of lunar dust.
Click here to read more about the joint investigation "on behalf of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Department of Aerospace Science and Technology of the Politecnico di Milano on the feasibility of 3-D printing a lunar regolith simulant (NU-LHT-2M)."
Prof. Barbara Previtali, MAPP Scientific Advisory Board, was involved in the work.
It looked at how the EPSRC’s Manufacturing the Future and Catalysis Hubs, catapults and industry could make even better use of the UK Large Facilities for science, translation and impact.
The event included updates on MAPP's research and a feedback session to help the Hub shape future events and...