Walk the Talk: Our Students Visit 3D Printing Labs @ Harvard
Excitement and sharing to inspire and be inspired was palpable during our trip to Harvard's Weiss Labs. Scientists volunteered time to discuss their work with our students, and they let students observe and sometimes interact with their research equipment and materials. Students engaged with researchers who are working on creating bloos vessels on 3D printers, amongst other things. It was an amazing visit! The major takeaway--with 3D printing, complexity is free.
None of these opportunities happen without the capabilities and generosity of real people--incredible people. Ryan Truby is one of these spectactular individuals. Ryan, a Harvard graduate student, organized and orchestrated the entire visit only to depart towards the end to attend to a lab outing and social that he had also taken the lead on.
Enjoy the gallery of photos.