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Cracking Open the Coconut Without Spoiling the Prize

Posted on September 22nd, 2016 by in New Materials & Applications

A hammer is a good tool for cracking a coconut. When used properly it unveils the “milk” and “meat” of the coconut without unwelcomed pieces of the woody shell and its fiber.  Continue reading “Cracking Open the Coconut Without Spoiling the Prize” »

Big News in 3D Printing – Literally

Posted on August 31st, 2016 by in New Materials & Applications

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Image is a composite of “Guinness World Record” by NicolasPazVal99, used under CC BY and “ORNL-Boeing trim tool” by ORNL. Image is licensed under CC BY by Ken Klapproth.

It’s not often that the term “biggest ever” can be used non-hyperbolically, but researchers at ORNL have earned this right as conferred by GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™. Continue reading “Big News in 3D Printing – Literally” »