3D Printing Could Save Our Dying Coral Reefs
The technique offers an affordable, modular and low-carbon structure in which to rebuild marine habitats
Australian architect James Gardiner is advocating for 3D printing technology to build structures for coral to grow on. The 3D printed structures replaced reefs that are currently decimated by disease, pollution and dredging.
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