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Learn to Design for Additive Manufacturing
America Makes, Wohlers Associates provide design for AM training this fall.
The consensus: It’s a long path from defining the science to delivering the technology.

NIMS Partners with OMIC to Develop Metrology Standards and Certification
The skills and certification metrics will be defined by compiling and comparing available metrology reference material, such as job descriptions, occupational duties and performance requirements.
3D Scanning Helps Vision Impaired Experience Sculptures 
Scanning data was used to 3D-print to-scale replicas of sculptures for a tactile educational experience for the blind and visually impaired. 
NIMS Launches CAM Credentials 
The new credentials are based on standards developed in partnership with and sponsored by Autodesk.
NIU Unveils First Ph.D. Programs in Engineering
New partnership will allow students to complete doctoral dissertations on the job.
Creaform adds Academia 50 3D Scanner to its Educational Solution Suite 
ACADEMIA 50 uses structured white light technology to scan objects made of any material, surface type or color, according to the company.
University of Tennessee to Get Supercomputer Under Landmark Award with IBM
The Min H. Kao Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science will be home to the installation, allowing it to foster new means of education and breakthroughs in research in the world of high-performance computing.
America Makes Leadership Attend Welcome Reception for UTEP’s New President
UTEP, a long-standing member of America Makes since 2012, is also the home of America Makes' first Satellite Center.
Robotics Engineering Takes to the Seas
The International Robotic Sailing Regatta (SailBot) is a robotic sailing competition held in North America.
Constructing Cars Powered by Chemical Energy
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers’ annual competition helps chemical engineering students apply their knowledge and bring automotive designs to life.
ASSESS 2019 Congress Lines Up Speakers
The ASSESS 2019 Congress will be held October 27-29, 2019 at the Chateau Elan Winery & Resort in Braselton, GA.
The Real World Design Challenge is Helping to Build the U.S. Stem Workforce
Student Design Competition Profile: The Real-World Design Challenge
TE Connectivity Foundation Continues Effort to Boost Access to STEM Education
Grants support the UN Foundation’s Girl Up, SMASH and FIRST Global.
Altair 2019 Global Technology Conference Heads to Motor City
World leaders in business and technology to discuss disruptive technology trends shaping the future of decision-making.
Base 11 Awards Initial Prizes in $1M+ Student Rocketry Contest
Former astronaut Leland Melvin encourages students to persevere as they continue to build and test their rockets.
Infiniti and Renault F1 Team Encourage Women To Pursue Engineering Careers
Companies continue to encourage gender diversity in STEM subjects on the occasion of International Women in Engineering Day 2019.



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