May 10, 2021

Rapid prototyping: What you need to know

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What is rapid prototyping? Most individuals will confuse rapid prototyping with 3D printing. Rapid prototyping also referred to as a rapid prototype, might also be a new term, especially if you aren’t in the manufacturing field. In the simplest form, the process involves creating prototypes that help to create an engineering product design.  This article […]

A brief history of structural engineering

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Structural engineers indeed play a crucial role in society. On the façade, it might seem that structural engineers are just professionals whose only job is to do a series of mathematical calculations about the strength and resiliency of a built structure, but it’s more than just that. In New Jersey, structural engineers are reliable professionals whose […]

Car design specialties

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A Look at Six Car Design Specialties, Part 3: The Digital Modeler By Rain Noe From Core77 James Robbins transforms data into design Two well-known specialties in exterior car design are sketching and clay modeling. These two skills are so longstanding in human history that you could pull Leonardo da Vinci out of a time […]

What a work truck should be

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Bollinger Motors’ Forthcoming B2 Re-Thinks What a Work Truck Should Be BY RAIN NOE For one thing, you can open the back of the cab to make the bed larger Bollinger Motors blew us away with their B1 Electric Sport Utility Truck, a vehicle that was designed “as though we had just landed on the […]

Canada partners with PAHO to reduce disaster risks in the Caribbean health sector

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New 3 million CAD grant will strengthen health sector’s disaster and emergency preparedness and increase resilience to climate change Bridgetown, Barbados, 29 August 2016 (PAHO/WHO) — The Government of Canada has announced a grant of 3 million Canadian dollars (CAD) to help the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and its Member States in the Caribbean […]

CHF Caribbean launches CAD 20 million initiative to support buyers and producers of fresh produce across Caribbean

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MANDEVILLE, Jamaica -/CNW/ – The Canadian Hunger Foundation and it’s regional office CHF Caribbean (CHF) officially launched a six-year, CAD 20 million initiative today that is working with major buyers of fresh produce—like supermarkets and hotels—to identify their needs and link them to Caribbean producers. The project will also be working with up to 28,000 […]

CARPHA’s new laboratory promises faster detection and response to control disease outbreaks in the Caribbean

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Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) is now better equipped to perform faster and safer detection and response to infectious disease outbreaks in the Region. Thanks to the Government of Canada’s Global Partnership Programme (GPP), which donated a fully equipped Biosafety Level 3 (BSL-3) laboratory to CARPHA, the first […]

The dark side of 3D printing: 10 things to watch

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By Lyndsey Gilpin From Tech Republic The 3D printer is a double-edged sword. It stands to transform technology and society for the better, but we also can’t ignore the potential negative consequences. As with any new technology, it’s easy to get swept up in the benefits of 3D printing. It opens up a world of […]