Engineering, math, and computer science

Polytechnic students create novel twill-based filament for 3-D printers

This article is reproduced by CienciaPR with permission from the original source.

CienciaPR Contribution: 



José Ayala Gordián

A group of chemical engineering students at the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico seeks to revolutionize the emerging field of 3D printing by developing a novel sargassum-based filament, which would not only allow the manufacture of all kinds of products for consumers, but would also give a use to the tons of this seaweed that congests the coasts of the island and that, in the future, could create a new economic sector and jobs.


Campamento de Verano Especializado en Video Juegos y Realidad Virtual STREAM 2022

Alondra Caraballo Franco's picture

STREAM Technologies ofrecerá este año campamento de verano especializado en “Desarrollo de Videojuegos y Realidad Virtual” del 6 de junio a 1ro de julio. El campamento en modalidad virtual, está dirigido a niños y niñas de 9 a 17 años con interés en el desarrollo de videojuegos integrados con realidad virtual, exploración de simuladores, voces artificiales y creación de animaciones en mundos 2D y 3D. 






Subscribe to RSS - Engineering, math, and computer science