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Morgan Saletta

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Morgan is a trained anthropologist and historian of science whose research interests include the Neolithic transition in Europe, transnational environmental history (particularly in the Pacific and Indian Ocean worlds), as well as the many interactions between science, technology and society. He is also particularly interested in solution oriented strategies for sustainable development that combine innovation in government, business and technology as well as evolutions in individual and consumer behavior. Morgan holds Master\'s degrees in Cultural Anthropology from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales and in Evolution, Natural Heritage and Society from the Muséum National d\'Histoire Naturelle, Paris. He submitted his PhD thesis in the History and Philosophy of Science at Melbourne University.

by   -   April 21, 2017

NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA) and entrepreneurs aiming to jump-start human colonisation of space see the 3D printing of large scale objects, including entire habitations, as a major enabling technology for the future of space exploration.