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St. Margaret's Episcopal School in San Juan Capistrano, California 3D printed these awesome masks for a stage production of The Lion King.
Monash University in Australia has created the first commercially available kit of realistic, full-color 3D printed cadavers for studying human anatomy.
Vets from the University of Queensland are using 3D printing to create models of dog skulls which help educate children on why popular short-nosed dog breeds are problematic pets.
CraftUnique and PrintLab are joining forces to expand 3D printing education to schools through their new learning platform, the CraftBot-PrintLab Education Package.
New online course from MIT and Boeing to teach professionals how to invent and implement innovative new applications for additive manufacturing.
Bringing a new dimension to history and museum education, the Museum in a Box is a brilliant interactive learning experience. It uses 3D printed objects with NFC chips to trigger audio commentary, all managed by a Raspberry Pi.
Open source 3D printer manufacturer Ultimaker has announced that it is now a sponsor and supplier to the GE Additive Education Program (AEP). Schools can now apply for subsidies from General Electric towards 3D printing.
Working towards sustainable technology (and potentially future products), a group of whizz kids take part in the first Apple Summer Camp.
If you want to learn 3D printing, you can’t start early enough. Now here’s a children’s book about a boy and his magical 3D printer. For some days, you can even download it for free.
Students from Inholland University of Applied Sciences are building a fully 3D printed rocket as a part of their aviation technology course.
London-based computing startup Pi-Top closed a £3.5million ($4.3M) Series A round of funding and continues to expand.
These 3D printed speaker kits from Kitronik are not just useful for learning about electronics; they'll get the party started too.
Fittle Fish is an accessible learning toy for visually challenged kids. Playful puzzles help them learn new words and visualise object shapes.
The BBC has announced a new pocket sized computer called "micro:bit" that will be distributed to 1 million UK students this Autumn.
Sierra Leone president Julius Maada Bio is using 3D printing to inform education policy decision making by translating complex data into visual objects so they're easier to understand.
Fittle is the world's first 3D printed braille puzzle which is open source. It's helping visually impaired people in India learn to read braille quickly and efficiently.
These men were sent to prison before experiencing life as an adult. 20 years later, they're learning how to live in today's world with VR.