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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.
New centre will bring together leading researchers in materials, advanced manufacturing, modelling, physical computing, psychology and management across the whole materials manufacturing value chain.
The Materials Made Smarter Centre (MMSC) will be working across SUSTAIN Steel, Future LiME Hub, EPSRC CIMComp, and MAPP,...
The IOM3 Awards, Medals and Prizes, raise awareness of engineering excellence and industry best practice.