Atlanta Startups Partner To Increase 3D Printing Education in Classrooms
STEM education, a curriculum based on educating students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields, is gaining popularity as STEM jobs stay on the rise. Employment in STEM-related occupations is projected to grow to more than 9 million — over 10 percent — between 2012 and 2022.
3D intellectual security startup D3CRYPT3D, which protects 3D asset creators’ original work, has partnered with Atlanta-based 3D library MyStemKits to bring a cybersecurity component to the world of STEM education. Through a new product called PolyPort, D3CRYPT3D will provide access (and protection!) to the entire MyStemKits library, which includes 150+ Kits and 200+ lesson plans for 3D printing, to students and educators that want to create their own 3D printable designs.