If all goes according to plan, 50 families in Tabasco, Mexico, currently living in makeshift housing will soon move into 3D-printed homes constructed by the Australian firm Icon. The company's Vulcan II 3D printer can build a 500-square-foot cement house with two bedrooms and one bathroom in just a few days. The company says its methods are cheaper and less wasteful than traditional home construction.
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"By phasing out these courses, all students will have access to an inclusive model of education."
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