Disruptive innovation is required for creating a sustainable pathway to rectify generations of social inequity. Additive manufacturing, more commonly known as 3D printing, will generate billions of dollars of community-transforming new business opportunities in the transportation, healthcare, construction and industrial sectors during the next decades.

In order to build an inclusive community around that transformative economic opportunity, LAMBDA is funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce Minority Business Development Agency to engage the University of Louisville and their collaborations in national laboratories and industry with minority business enterprises (MBEs) and not-for-profit organizations. To this end, LAMBDA will establish a 3D printing business incubator and workforce training center in West Louisville.

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