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Israeli 3D print whizz and visionary of ‘self-healing’ cars gets big US accolade

Israeli 3D print whizz and visionary of ‘self-healing’ cars gets big US accolade

Written by David

September 5, 2020

An Israeli 3D printing pioneer has become a senior member of the National Academy of Inventors, making him the first scientist based outside the US to attain the status.

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“It’s acknowledgment for my research, but also, in a sense, a mark of respect for Israeli science,” Noam Eliaz, professor of materials science and engineering at Tel Aviv University, told The Times of Israel.

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Eliaz said that he sees the accolade as a reflection on his past work, but also as a mark of confidence in his current projects. He hopes those projects will lead to new applications for 3D printing, including the groundwork for “self-healing” cars and aircraft. Free Sign Up Eliaz was nominated for his new position, which will be officially conferred in a ceremony in Florida next year, after an American academic heard him […]

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