Additive manufacturing is the future of aerospace. Relativity is the first company to apply the unique advantages of metal additive manufacturing, combined with robotics and AI, to an entire space launch vehicle. The company’s goal of creating a fully autonomous metal additive manufacturing facility is a critical step in making the future of metal additive manufacturing a reality and thereby helping to advance the future of humanity in space.
Getting to the Future Faster with Metal 3D Printing for Space Launch
We are in the midst of a business revolution…and it’s not just changing how we make. It’s changing nearly everything our companies do, from operations and workforce planning to sales and finance.
Throughout this strategically important talk, business futurist Jonathan Brill will share how leaders are retooling their organizations to thrive in the face of growing competition and a changing workforce. In the process, he will draw a roadmap for future-proofing your company and your career.
Patients with diseased or injured organs may be treated with transplanted tissues. There is a severe shortage of donor organs and tissues which is worsening yearly due to the aging population. Regenerative medicine and tissue engineering apply the principles of cell transplantation, material science, and bioengineering to construct biological substitutes that may restore and maintain normal function in diseased and injured tissues. Stem cells may offer a potentially limitless source of cells and 3D bioprinting applications are being utilized for potential therapies and body-on-a-chip technologies for drug discovery and personalized medicine. Recent advances that have occurred in regenerative medicine will be reviewed. Applications of these new technologies that may offer novel diagnostics and therapies for patients with tissue injury and organ failure will be described.