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Startup Skriware inspires the young to think big with 3D printing

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The idea of STEAM education – a comprehensive combination of Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Math has been hailed as the future of the global labor market. The dynamic development of new technologies is being followed by the creation of thousands of new workplaces that demand specific qualifications. It is estimated that by the end of 2018 corporations such as Google, eBay, Facebook or Amazon will hire over half a million new employees, two-thirds of them with a STEAM skill set profile.

The ever-increasing demand for most qualified hires has inspired Skriware – a Polish-Swedish startup aiming to spread 3D printing technology at homes and academic institutions worldwide – to create an interdisciplinary educational program that will elevate these skills among all participants. For this purpose, Skriware has teamed up with Dartmouth College, one of the prestigious Ivy League schools, to offer a comprehensive program, focusing on competencies such as 3D modeling, programming and robotics.

The core part of the program will be an interactive e-learning platform, scheduled to be released by the end of 2017. Skriware plans to provide courses, videos, instructions and guidebooks, all available in various difficulty levels. Their platform will also offer an interactive 3D modeling software for creating custom robotic projects which won’t require any advanced technical knowledge.

“Every single robot available on the platform is designed to help develop STEAM skills. We want to inspire our users to take creative action and realize unconventional ideas by engaging into designing, building and coding their own, personalized robot. Our goal is to prove that the development of competencies across robotics, programming, and 3D modeling – encompassing both technical and artistic skill set – is an excellent investment in the future and a fun way to realize their potential,” said Karol Górnowicz, CEO of Skriware.

Skriware’s platform will enable users to upload the robotic models they previously designed in the 3D creator, and print them with the Skriware 3D printers, as well as control and program their robots with a dedicated mobile app.

Skriware is a Polish-Swedish startup that works on a fully integrated educational ecosystem consisting of an intuitive and easy-to-use 3D printer, an online 3D model library, a virtual 3D playground, and e-learning platform. The company’s goal is to help students develop their interdisciplinary skills through the process of designing, building and programming robots. With Skriware, students will be able to fully explore the possibilities of 3D printing technology to develop the most sought after STEAM skills (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, Math). Skriware has been recognized among top Kairos K50 most innovative startups globally according to the Kairos Society. For more information visit:

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