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The Making of a Personal Lab

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The Making of a Personal Lab

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The Making of a Personal Lab

The Making of a Personal Lab

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Neil Gershenfeld of MIT says a revolution is on the horizon for manufacturing — that existing technologies and tools can bring capabilities once only held by huge factories down to the personal level.

Guest:

Neil Gershenfeld, author, FAB: The Coming Revolution on Your Desktop — From Personal Computers to Personal Fabrication; director, Center for Bits and Atoms associate professor, media arts and sciences, MIT

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