Integrating 3D Printing Into Academic Curricula

Before the first commercial 3D printer was made available to consumers in 2009, 3D printing technology was largely reserved for high-end manufacturing applications and a handful of niche hobbyists. Since then, however, the industry has been a boon with multiple successful start-ups and multi-billion dollar investments made by international corporations. Many academic institutions have been leaders in innovation … Read more

Master Human Anatomy in a STEM World

Human anatomy is known to be a challenging subject to master and teach, but traditional resources and lab materials are often limited, making it difficult for students to comprehend essential concepts. With a growing demand for STEM jobs paired with less than 40% of STEM students earning a degree, the time is now to introduce … Read more