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    Oct 2016

    University of New Brunswick Offers Posdoctoral Fellowship Program

    As additive manufacturing technology continues to grow and spread, countries all over the world are working hard to make sure they're always on top, and even ahead of, the latest innovations, and Canada is one of those countries that is going all in when it comes to 3D printing technology. This spring, the country opened its first research center for metal 3D printing for the marine and defense industries, and the University of New Brunswick (UNB) launched the center, which combines workforce development and training, research, and commercialization. Now, UNB is back in the headlines with its new, innovation-focused postdoctoral fellowship program, which is a result of a $1.25 million gift from the private McCain Foundation. The inaugural fellowship recipient is Dr. Edward Cyr, a mechanical engineer originally with the University of Waterloo who is studying the role of artificial intelligence in manufacturing 3D printed materials, like aluminum alloys and advanced stainless steels. Read more at

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    Manufacturing and developing companies work to provide new technology and this industry grow on a wide rang around the world. They launch SuperiorPapers fellowship program for students for training and research work. Students should try this program for studying the role of intelligence.

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    It is good to see that this industry is growing day by day. I still remember I first heard this technology's name when I was a student and want to pay someone to write my essay and I was really happy to see this technology.

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