3D-printed steaks are coming to Europe

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Israel’s Redefine Meat has struck a partnership with importer Giraudi Meats to drive European distribution of its ‘New Meat’ steak cuts produced on 3D printers. Source: Reuters Date: October 28th, 2022 Link to 3 minute 38 second video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQSCzHaMcTg Discussion In what ways would an MIS major be involved with a company like “Redefine Meat”?… Read more »

A robot housebuilder

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This robotic housebuilder is not a 3d-printing approach to building houses. It is much closer to the automotive approach to building cars. Source: In The Know Date: October 27th, 2021 Link: https://fb.watch/8E9nKPKTkQ/ Discussion When does it makes sense to use a robotic housebuilder over 3D-printing a house? What other applications could be used for this… Read more »

3D printing could help build homes with unique designs more cheaply, advocates say

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The Fibonacci House in Procter, B.C., boasts spectacular views of the nearby mountains — but that’s not what makes the tiny home a one-of-a-kind vacation rental. It is Canada’s first 3D printed house — a spiral structure with a standout feature: Curved walls. (It was inspired by — and named after — the mathematical Fibonacci sequence.) Also known as additive manufacturing, 3D printing is… Read more »

The coronavirus crisis will change the world of commerce

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“In the long run the firms that survive will have to master a new environment as the crisis and the response to it accelerate three trends: 1) an energising adoption of new technologies, 2) an inevitable retreat from freewheeling global supply chains and 3) a worrying rise in well-connected oligopolies. Source: The Economist Date: April… Read more »