What's the future of 3D printing? LivWiSE panel discussion

5:30pm - 7:00pm / Thursday 26th October 2017
Type: Other / Category: Department
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  • Suitable for: LivWiSE is an open society for everyone studying, working in, or who has an interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Medicine). Members of LivWiSE range in age and experience, from students and academics to alumni, schools, industry and business people involved with and interested in any aspect of STEM.  Membership is open to both women and men of all ages. Join LivWiSE to be kept up to date on events, activities and news. Visit our website www.liv.ac.uk/livwise, Facebook www.facebook.com/liverpoolWiSE or Twitter @LivUniWiSE
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LivWiSE invites you to join us for our new panel discussion series ‘What's the Future...’

Our first topic under discussion is ‘What’s the future….of 3D Printing technology’ (aka Additive Manufacturing). Think you know what 3D printing is? Our panel of experts will be discussing how this amazing technology is revolutionising our lives, from its applications and limitations, from industrial production to human organs and the philosophical and ethical considerations of this technology.