Leading the way in industrial design innovation

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The Bachelor of Industrial Design is a new innovative program at Griffith that was written by Program Leader of Industrial Design and 3D design, digital media, Dr Jennifer Loy and Head of School, Griffith Engineering, Professor Geoff Tansley. “The program started in semester one of this year and is a really innovative program that works […]

Design graduates see a real future – in 3D

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The 3D printing technology used by a Gold Coast doctor to help reconstruct a patient’s jaw will be integral to a new degree starting at Griffith University this year. Back in November it was announced that Dr Dimitrios Nikolarakos had performed an Australian first when he used 3D printing as part of surgery on a […]

3D printing for a state of the art heart

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Griffith University student Kaecee Fitzgerald has her heart in her hands and the world at her feet. The 23-year-old designer of a model relating to the evolution of the human heart and created through the marvel that is 3D printing, Kaecee is becoming increasingly expert in a transformative technology being hailed by some as the catalyst […]

Griffith pioneers 3D printing education

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With the ability to produce a tangible object from a digital blueprint fast becoming a reality, the Queensland College of Art Griffith University has taken a leading position in the world of Additive Manufacturing education. According to lecturer Dr Jennifer Loy, this transformative technology has the potential to completely alter the future of design and […]