University of Hertfordshire

Persons

Period12 Jun 2018

References

TitleElsevier 3D Printing Grand Challenge winners announced
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletMaterials Today
Media typeWeb
Country/TerritoryNetherlands
Date12/06/18
DescriptionThe Elsevier 3D Printing Grand Challenge aims to support innovative ideas and solutions using additive manufacturing technology to advance healthcare, education, clean water, food, energy, transportation, and heavy manufacturing while protecting our natural environment and human well-being.
Producer/AuthorMaterials Today Communications
PersonsShaun Borstrock, Mark Bloomfield

Description

The Elsevier 3D Printing Grand Challenge aims to support innovative ideas and solutions using additive manufacturing technology to advance healthcare, education, clean water, food, energy, transportation, and heavy manufacturing while protecting our natural environment and human well-being.

The Elsevier 3D Printing Grand Challenge was open to individuals or organizations from academia and industry from all countries. Projects were submitted from any field where additive manufacturing / 3D printing techniques are applicable, and have been reviewed by a Panel of Judges.

Papers were peer-reviewed against the Judging Criteria set by the Challenge advisory group comprised of external specialists and relevant internal colleagues. The advisory group have reduced the Papers received to a shortlist of semi-finalists, whose Papers were published in Materials Today Communications.

We are delighted to announce the winning papers that were published in Materials Today Communications:

Keywords

  • 3d printing, technology, materials, fashion, innovation