Defusing bombs by color
  • EOD technicians work with 3-D printed models
    EOD technicians work with 3-D printed models
Thursday, May 21, 2015

This March, Cambodia held its first national-level science festival at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, attracting over 10,000 young students to the science booths over the course of three days. At one table, Allen Tan, the country director for Cambodia of the Golden West Humanitarian Foundation, held 3-D printed land mine models, decked in bright red, white, and yellow colors to demonstrate the safe and dangerous parts. Nearby, J. Kim Vandiver... Read more on MIT News



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