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Fabricating the Future: 3-D Printing Molds New K-12 STEM Model

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students with 3-D printer

Graduate student Jake Cohen discusses 3-D printing with students at the UVA FabLab.

Credit: Tom Cogill


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Buford Middle School student watches a 3-D printer at work

A Buford Middle School student watches a 3-D printer at work.

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Buford Middle School students measure the output of a speaker they made with a 3-D printer.

Buford Middle School students measure the output of a speaker they made with a 3-D printer and a paper cone.

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A 3-D printer and its finished product made from ABS plastic are shown.

A 3-D printer and its finished product made from ABS plastic are shown.

Credit: Willy Kjellstrom


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Glen Bull

Glen Bull, a professor of instructional technology at the University of Virginia's Curry School of Education, is using 3-D printing systems to change the way teachers present science concepts.

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