What's the Future ... 3D Printing

5:30pm - 7:00pm / Thursday 26th October 2017
Type: Seminar / Category: Department
  • Suitable for: Anyone
  • Admission: Free Eventbrite Booking Page
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Come along to our 1st ever "What's the Future..." panel discussion on the topic of 3D Printing technology (aka Additive Manufacturing). We will be joined by a fantastic panel of experts on the subject of 3D Printing technology, its applications and limitations, and the philosophical and ethical considerations of this technology.

Panel of Speakers

Dr Kate Black (Panel Chair): Lecturer in Additive Manufacuring, University of Liverpool (Web)
Sophie Jones: General Manager of Added Scientific (Web)
Dr Candice Majewski: Lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Sheffield University (Web)
Dr Rebecca Davnall: Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Liverpool (Web)

The event will be fairly informal and engaging with the audience, taking place in Blackwells Bookshop on the University campus. Places are limited to 60 people so please book early and if your not able to attend please do cancel your place. The event is open to all ages and you dont need to have a background in Engineering or 3D printing to come along.