3D printing is a cost-effective innovation, which also helps save the environment.
The producers of mineral sands mining are expected to respond to the increasing demand with aggressive operations in China and Asia-Pacific.
As the 3D printing industry is growing, the best way to prepare the next generation is through education.
The richest nations have set a target to be completely free of fossil fuels, which can take up to 100 years.
Solar power is geared to be the cheapest source of energy in the world and other industries could also benefit from its expansion.
Wearing sunscreens is a must this summer.
California is making aggressive solar installations, which will put it as the global leader in solar penetration segment in 2015.
3D printing's application in the defense manufacturing may be in its early stages, but it has proven to be time and cost-efficient in producing parts.
As food companies are pressured to remove titanium dioxide in their ingredients, the mineral is being given a bad reputation.
Tenth graders have invented a door knob with titanium dioxide that can kill 99.8 percent of germs on contact.