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Big Ideas | 3D Printing | Advocacy | Technology

By Courtney Duffy
May 3rd, 2016

  Courtney Duffy (@cduffy90), our Robert W. Deutsch Arts & Technology Fellow, spearheaded the 5th annual 3D/DC 2016 (#3DDC2016), the premier 3D printing policy event in the nation. The event took place on Capitol Hill over the course of April 13 and 14. Here is a recap.

Blog Feature

Big Ideas | 3D Printing | Soapbox | Technology

By Courtney Duffy
April 13th, 2016

  In our final installment of our interview series with 3D printing industry leaders leading up to #3DDC2016, we talk to Teresa Sappington, Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow. Teresa is a high school engineering teacher from Lamar County Center for Technical Education in Purvis, MS. She is sponsored by the Department of Energy’s Office of Science and currently serves as a Congressional Fellow on Capitol Hill with Congressman Mark Takano’s office since the fall of 2015.

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Updates and Announcements | 3D Printing | Technology

By Courtney Duffy
March 31st, 2016

Courtney Duffy, our Robert W. Deutsch Arts & Technology Policy Fellow, is spearheading 3D/DC, the fifth annual 3D printing policy event sponsored by our friends at Public Knowledge which is scheduled to take place on Capitol Hill on April 14. You should come: For additional event details and to RSVP, click here.

Blog Feature

Big Ideas | 3D Printing | Soapbox | Technology

By Courtney Duffy
March 25th, 2016

This week we announced the details of 3D/DC 2016, an annual 3D printing policy event on Capitol Hill that is put on by our friends at Public Knowledge and the Congressional Maker Caucus. Our Robert W. Deutsch Arts & Technology Policy Fellow Courtney Duffy, who is running the event this year, recently interviewed the man who started it all: Michael Weinberg. The post below was originally featured here on the Public Knowledge blog.

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Updates and Announcements | Technology

By Fractured Atlas
March 21st, 2016

Source: Flickr Courtney Duffy, our Robert W. Deutsch Arts & Technology Policy Fellow, is spearheading 3D/DC, the fifth annual 3D printing policy event sponsored by our friends at Public Knowledge which is scheduled to take place on Capitol Hill next month. You should come.