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A team of Brazilian and French food science engineers has created new ingredients for producing 3D printed food.
KUALA LUMPUR: The younger generation needs to be encouraged to venture into technical fields, especially engineering which is often associated with the term “dirty, difficult and dangerous” or 3D, as these fields have brighter job market potential with higher returns, says Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin (pic).
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The younger generation needs to be encouraged to venture into technical fields, especially engineering which is often associated with the term "dirty, difficult and dangerous" or 3D, as these fields have brighter job market potential with higher returns.
USING digital twin technology that creates virtual replicas or simulations of water utilities can result in up to 30% energy cost and carbon savings, and increased productivity with reduced maintenance.
MALAYSIAN varsities are leaving no stone unturned in making their mark internationally.
A Tunisian startup is developing a 3D-printed bionic hand, hoping the affordable and solar-powered prosthetic will help amputees and other disabled people across Africa.
The applications of 3D printing in the home are boundless – and the same goes for various industries from health care to car manufacturing.
China’s new tech export restrictions further cloud US TikTok sale and raise the risk of protectionism
The new rules come at a time of worsening relations between Washington and Beijing, with trade and tech tensions on the rise. Approval timetable would still be compatible with the November 12 deadline set by Trump’s second TikTok executive order, requiring a TikTok sale.
About two dozen technologies now require government approvals and licences to be sold overseas. Action in response to American measures taken against Chinese companies, analyst says.