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DevoTraining: Hacettepe University Levels Up From Novice to Expert

3D printing prepares academics and students for tomorrow’s world… today. Particularly in education, 3D printing provides unique learning opportunities across different studies such as science, technology, engineering, art, and math. Are you curious to see how educators are engaging students in an entertaining new way?


MakerBot Joins Google for Education Integrated Solutions Initiative

MakerBot Cloud’s Integration with Google for Education Further Streamlines 3D Printing for Teachers and Students
MakerBot, a global leader in 3D printing and subsidiary of Stratasys (Nasdaq: SSYS), joins the Google for Education Integrated Solutions Initiative to deliver an even more powerful 3D printing experience for teachers and students.

MakerBot Earns ISTE Seal for 3D Printing Certification Program, Study Shows K-12 Teacher Satisfaction Doubles in Two Years

MakerBot, the industry leader in 3D printing for education, has just earned the ISTE Seal of Alignment for the recently launched MakerBot Certification™ program for educators. The first of its kind, the program addresses two important hurdles to implementing 3D printers in STEM classrooms. First the program coaches educators to become 3D printing experts, then it trains them to create their own custom 3D printing curriculum.

STRATASYS STRENGTHENS REACH IN EDUCATION SECTOR IN THE UK WITH NEW PARTNER EMCO

Stratasys EMEA, a subsidiary of Stratasys Ltd. (Nasdaq:SSYS), the 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company, today announced that it has extended its UK reseller network with the appointment of Emco, a leading distributor of 3D printers and scanning products.

The Real Cutting Edge: Getting a Handle on Stone Age Tools with Stratasys 3D Printing

‘Stone hand-axe’ number 6: Bringing together technologies from the farthest ends of human tool-making. Photo credit: Moti FishbainStone-age hand-axes were a functional utility tool as well as prehistoric status symbol, demonstrating primeval man's ability to adapt, innovate and use technology to improve his lifestyle and long-term existence. Among the stone-age community dating back to the Paleolithic Period some 700,000 years ago, hand axes were a sign of success, extraordinary skill and man's ability to provide for his family.


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