Toronto | October 2019
'We had to push our manufacturing partners,' Jeff Wollenzien of Shape Products said in the electronics panel at the DFM Summit in Toronto last month. 'We have this idea. Is this viable? Can we make this work for production?'
London | January 2018
Sourcing materials is 'ripe for disruption', Matmatch CEO Melissa Albeck said in her keynote at DFM Summit #24 last month in London.
Toronto | August 2016
Jimmy Scott was at Cray Research and Silicon Graphics when they developed the first supercomputers and software for 3D modeling. With Dr. Javad Mostaghimi of the University of Toronto he is now building up Simulent, an engineering consultancy in computational fluid dynamics.
Toronto | May 2016
'You would not believe how many people want to know how to make a much lower cost rice cooker with easier manufacturing and more features,' Sandy Munro said in his keynote at the inaugural DFM Summit in Toronto.
New York | September 2013
'You can look to 3.8 billion years of evolution and say, there might be a vascular system out there that does this a little smarter than we have been doing it,' Erika Hanson said at last week's Design for Manufacturing Summit.
New York | September 2012
Besides work for big clients, Dumbo-based product design firm Pensa also develops projects like DIWire and Street Charge. 'It is always good to be constantly experimenting,' founder Marco Perry says.
Composites and advanced materials precision slitting company, Bindatex, is supporting the UK government’s call for help for manufacturers to assist in the urgent capacity of life-saving
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Commercialization Academy Director for Venture Partners of the University of Colorado, Boulder, Ms. Sally Hatcher, who is my colleague and fellow Technology Transfer (T2) professional, recently …
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An international team of researchers have found a way to refine and reliably produce an unpredictable and hard-to-control material that could impact environmental conservation, energy and
AZoM.com - Materials and Engineering News Feed | September 22, 2020
This two-step process of 3D printing the material and then setting its permanent shapes allows for the fabrication of really complex shapes with structural features down to the micron level. This …
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Until now, the history of superconducting materials has been a tale of two types: s-wave and d-wave. Now, researchers have discovered a possible third type:
Materials Science News -- ScienceDaily | September 21, 2020