‘Flying 3D printers’ could make disaster zones safe by sealing up nuclear waste

Flying 3D printers could provide assistance in disaster zones by covering radioactive material in a foam sealant and carting it to a safe area, say scientists. A team of engineers from Imperial College London led by Mirko Kovac have demonstrated the concept at a scaled down level with a pair of commercial drones. Continue reading “‘Flying 3D printers’ could make disaster zones safe by sealing up nuclear waste”