3D printing to aid sub-Saharan African women with farming

We’re just at the beginning of 3D printing food. So far there’s been sugar sculptures, a NASA grant for space pizza, and of course meat. Obviously they all use processed foods so can be considered resource intensive. They’ll become more energy efficient over time, likely shifting from novel to commonplace. Still, no starving people will be fed with 3D printing just yet. At least not directly. A research partnership program between the NUI Galway PABC and Concern Worldwide called 3D4AgDev aims to use 3D printing to aid sub-Saharan African women with farming. Continue reading “3D printing to aid sub-Saharan African women with farming”