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Next-Gen: Full STEAM Ahead
Student Competition: The MIT Challenge and The Village School of Houston
Next-Gen: Full STEAM Ahead
Student Competition: The MIT Challenge and The Village School of Houston
Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Eni Build Enterprise Supercomputer for AI
Eni’s HPC6 supercomputer intended to accelerate AI modeling and simulation to boost energy transition.
Creating Carbon Capture Systems
Thanks to an ability to generate lightweight, organic-shaped structures, 3D printing technologies are enabling next-generation systems tasked with greenhouse gas reduction.
AM Research Report Finds $2.6B of Market Activity in Energy Sector 2023
AM on expected growth trajectory to growing to $17B in 2032, report says.
Pushing the Boundaries in Car Design
Student Competition Profile: Shell Eco-Marathon
Department of Energy Awards $14.9M to GE Research and voxeljet
Monies to be used to develop VX9000 system, a giant sand binder jet 3D printer that will be used to enable the U.S. energy transition.
Atlantic XL Purchases SLM Technology
The Canada-based company selected additive manufacturing partner SLM Solutions as its vendor of choice for an additive manufacturing system.
SPEC Forms International Standards Group
SPEC ISG is focused on shaping international benchmarking standards for government regulations and compliance programs related to energy use and sustainability, the standards group says.
A Fresh Look at Nuclear Power
Simulation and additive manufacturing offer new opportunities in nuclear energy.
How Smart Plastics Decrease Plant Downtime while Ensuring Process Conformity Through Industrial IoT
igus creates "built-in" sensor technology with the development of "smart plastics" which bring intelligent monitoring to plastic products.
BEAMIT Group Develops Printing Process for Nickel-based superalloy René 80 RAM1
The 3D-printed alloy has characteristics for applications in energy and aerospace.
Simulation to Help Harness Nuclear Fusion
ITER will use Ansys technology to help develop the world's largest nuclear fusion power plant.
VELO3D Picked for 3D-Printed Aftermarket Part Solutions
Additive manufacturing will help keep aging engines operational for gas turbines in aviation and energy.
Euspen to Host Workshop on Precision Engineering
Workshop to focus on the role of precision engineering in stimulating innovation in solar, wind and oceanic renewable energy and energy storage technologies.
Saint Thomas Academy Finishes Top in U.S. in Shell Championship
The Saint Thomas Academy team earned its third-consecutive trip to the global stage by placing first in the Shell Eco-marathon Americas Drivers’ World Championship, held in Sonoma, CA, in April.



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