Pupils In Canning Town Make Their Own Lunches - With A 3D Printer

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Pupils In Canning Town Make Their Own Lunches - With A 3D Printer

Cauliflower Cogs, Geometric fish and chips, and butternut squash pasta was on the menu at a school in East London today. The kitchen staff were given a break and a 3D printer was brought in to serve up lunch. The piece of kit, at St Helen's Primary in Canning Town was part of the Big Bang fair, an event aimed at getting you people into Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. 

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