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Heading to Virginia and then to D.C. for a job interview tomorrow.
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Zortrax has a new 3D printer! #3dprinting 
Zortrax reveals the Inventure 3D printer and enhanced Z-ULTRAT 3D printing material.
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Awesome news in the world of oncology! 
Scientists have found a mechanism that might help them stop breast cancer from spreading to the bones - a breakthrough that could improve survival rates of thousands of patients each year. And even more excitingly, they've also found an existing...
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Feeling (cos)y? Via Science: It's a girl thing
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Another potential place for reality and sci-fi to converge -- "...it could be navigable. Just like the one we’ve all seen in the recent film Interstellar.”
"Paulo Salucci, an astrophysicist on the the team from SISSA, explained: “If we combine the map of the dark matter in the Milky Way with the most recent Big Bang model to explain the universe and we hypothesise the existence of space-time tunnels, what we get is that our galaxy could really contain one of these tunnels, and that the tunnel could even be the size of the galaxy itself.” He continued, “But there’s more. We could even travel through this tunnel, since, based on our calculations, it could be navigable. Just like the one we’ve all seen in the recent film Interstellar.”
Of course, Salucci and the other researchers were working on this project long before Interstellar was released, but their result does lend some theoretical support to the ideas in the film – ideas that were also fact-tested and revised by physics guru Kip Thorne of Caltech."
http://www.universetoday.com/118423/the-entire-milky-way-might-be-a-huge-wormhole-thats-stable-and-navigable
Our very own Milky Way could be home to a giant tunnel in spacetime. At least, that’s what the authors of a new study have proposed. According to the team, a collaboration between Indian, Ita…
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A brief and incomplete history of homemade goldfish slings on the Internet
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These #3dprinting "Brix" look a tad familiar. 
As a 3D printing industry journalist I have got to thank MyMiniFactory and the iMakr network for these “pearls” on the issue of IP and free circulation of ideas. The 3D model database has been introducing a series of objects that very closely resemble famous characters and objects from even more famous entertainment and toy …
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