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SHREVEPORT, La. - These days, you don't walk out of the house without a face mask. Sort of like wearing pants, it's become a part of our wardrobe.
A Louisiana Tech student is helping to make medical professionals on the front lines of the coronavirus fight a bit more comfortable and safe.
RUSTON, La - Louisiana Tech freshman Avereigh Barras heard there was a need for ear guards for medical personnel.
BOSSIER CITY, La. - In response to the shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers treating patients during the cor…
Students at Waller Elementary in Bossier City now have two 3-D printers, an animation studio, a laptop, camera, and all the other materials th…
Students and faculty at Northwestern State University are using some of the latest technology to help preserve some of Louisiana’s past.Northwestern State is using 3-D printers for a variety of tasks such as producing prototypes for business and industry, designing mouthpieces to help musicians, creating art and making replicas of Native American pottery that can be closely examined by students and scholars.
Florida scientists are using a 3D printer to create a sort of hi-tech fly trap that could help save the state's multi-billion dollar citrus industry from a deadly bacterial disease known as citrus greening.