Vice-president Biden promotes 3D printing at commencement address

He gave the commencent address at the Cypress Bay High School in Florida, and asked the graduating seniors to imagine what the world could be like in the near future.
They should imagine a world where hunger no longer exists because crops grow without the need of soil, water or fertilizer, a world where solar shingles on the roofs of their homes cost no more than standard shingles today, electric charging stations everywhere, an end to nuclear weapons…

But the part that interests us is what he said about 3D printing, in regard to medical innovations. We’ve quoted that part with the surrounding parts of the speech:



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