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Stratasys helps prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s STEAM jobs. But don’t take our word for it. Watch the video and see the impact for yourself.
The Path to Tangible Innovation
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3D Printing for Labs and Classrooms
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The ultimate goal of every researcher is to advance their field of study. Research councils are looking to fund projects that span multiple disciplines. Creating prototypes to illustrate your findings in vivid detail with realistic 3D models leaves a lasting–and potentially valuable–impression. And that’s just one example of how 3D printing is advancing the field of research.
Colleges & Universities
What does it take to attract the best students and staff in higher education? Offering cutting edge technology helps. Providing a mix of 3D printers allows students to gain critical academic experience, creates cross-departmental collaboration and even fosters student entrepreneurship. Solutions from Stratasys generate genuine excitement and problem-solving capabilities that can galvanize an entire campus.
Over the next decade, experts predict a shortage of skilled workers in manufacturing could lead to over 2 million unfilled jobs. Globally, manufacturers are counting on technical schools to develop programs that attract and retain talented students, and prepare them to work in advanced technology sectors that use knowledge far beyond what was required a generation ago.
Career readiness and college prep go hand-in-hand. Exposure to 3D printing develops the problem-solving skills necessary to tackle the more challenging work still to come after graduation. Navigating the entire design cycle gives high school students a concrete example of the need for critical and analytical skills required for success.
Engagement is a proven predictor of student success. Give students hands-on, real-world projects and concepts leap off the page and into their hands. 3D printing inspires interest in STEAM subjects with a project-based strategic learning approach that really resonates.
Innovate Research Using 3D PrintingSpeed with accuracy in mind
The Wollongong-based Intelligent Polymer Research Institute uses 3D printing to facilitate research projects that advance technology, cost-effectively.Read More
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