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Holograms preserve all of an object's 3D information, but on a 2D surface. Could the holographic Universe idea lead us to higher dimensions?
It didn't look like anything I'd seen before, but I'd be a great fool to consider "aliens" as a reasonable possibility.
Using shaped ultrasound, researchers can 3D print objects in one shot.
3D-printing robots are being used to build a 100-home housing development in the US state of Texas.
Having trouble learning? A PhD engineering professor gives you one key tip.
One home was printed in 28 hours. Now, Alquist 3D is building 200 more.
Whether you're developing or in the market for corporate training videos, these examples from PwC, Chick-fil-A, and others are sure to impress.
To gain its full value, L&D leaders must be open to challenging assumptions about how they approach on-the-job training.
Inspired by the shape of a New Caledonian crow’s beak, researchers created a new 3D-printed prototype of tweezers.
On-demand learning has become the cornerstone of a modern L&D strategy. Here's why.
A Cambridge Ph.D. student has solved a grammatical problem that has befuddled Sanskrit scholars since the 5th century BC.
With a record-setting $1.9 billion jackpot, you'd think it's a no-brainer to buy a Powerball ticket. But the math truly shows otherwise.
A recent advance in 3D imaging techniques helped spark the biggest ever discovery of North American cave art.
ATD 2023 encouraged L&D professionals to create a world that works better – whether by rethinking old assumptions, optimizing how we gather, or creating new measures for success.
Even if we traveled at the speed of light, we'd never catch up to these galaxies.
The soft robotic models are patient-specific and could help clinicians zero in on the best implant for an individual.
Made from concrete, it cost 15% less per square foot to construct than a typical house.
By building a learning culture, L&D leaders can equip their organizations to adapt to a business world that is transforming before our eyes.
The insanity of the academic job market laid out in numbers.
We knew we'd find galaxies unlike any seen before in its first deep-field image. But the other images hold secrets even more profound.
82% of professionals say they'd take a lower-paying job to work for an organization with more ethical business practices. This is just one of the reasons to offer ethics training for employees.
Roughly half the world population, including in America, has insufficient levels of vitamin D. UV irradiated mushrooms can help.
Mozart's Sonata for Two Pianos in D Major (K448) can help reduce seizures in epilepsy patients.
Coupled with 3D printing, biomining the Moon or Mars with microbes could sustain human colonies without constant re-supply from Earth.
It's better to pursue moral actions instead of the ephemeral state of happiness, according to the philosopher Immanuel Kant.
Scientists used 3D scans to analyze the corpse of Amenhotep I. They discovered that his brain was never removed and that he was circumcised, among other curiosities.
A future kitchen appliance could make it possible to 3D-print entirely new recipes and cook them with lasers.
Prosthetic arms can cost amputees $80,000. A startup called Unlimited Tomorrow is aiming to change that by making customized 3D-printed bionic arms for just $8,000.
Organ transplantation is in dire need of biotechnological advances. 3D bioprinting and genetic modification of pigs provide a path forward.