Could Bees 3D-Print Concrete Structures in the Cities of the Future?

July 29, 2014 by  
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Bees already pollinate the great majority of our fruits and veggies – but could they build our buildings as well? Former Gizmodo Editor-in-Chief Geoff Manaugh , and designer John Becker came up a plan to use bees to 3D print architectural structures using geometric formwork. In the plan bees serve as 3D printer printheads, and their honey-making glands would produce concrete instead of honey. Read the rest of Could Bees 3D-Print Concrete Structures in the Cities of the Future? Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 3d printer , 3d printing bees , 3d printing technology , bees technology , Geoff Manaugh bees , John Becker bees , MIT pavilion , silkworms architecture , Tomáš Libertíny , vase-shaped hive

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Could Bees 3D-Print Concrete Structures in the Cities of the Future?

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