Fabrisonic provides 3D metal printing services. What makes them stand out is that they do this without melting any materials in the process, which is a common trait of 3D metal printing. Fabrisonic CEO Mark Norfolk explains the process that allows them to do this, as well as welding dissimilar metals together. Mark also explains how Fabrisonic has done 3D metal printing that allows them to drop in electronic components without damaging them.
When you think of a college campus cafeteria, do you think about fresh-picked veggies like leafy greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, and peppers? Probably not! But at Auburn University, that’s… Read More
In this episode, we sit down with scientist and entrepreneur Daniel J. Mandell, Ph.D. Daniel is the Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder, and Director of GRO Biosciences, a genome… Read More
In this episode, we discuss all things peach-related with horticulturist Dario J. Chavez. Dario is an Associate Professor in the University of Georgia’s Department of Horticulture. Specializing in… Read More
Joining us in this episode to discuss homesteading is Dawn Gallop. Dawn is a mother of nine children, a farmer, nurse, artist, cheesemaker, canner, soapmaker, and beekeeper. As… Read More
Water is the backbone of human life, and professionals like Anacleto Rizzo are committed to preserving it. As a hydraulic civil engineer, Anacleto works on sustainable water management,… Read More