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New School 3D Tech Goes Very, Very Old School With Fossils


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This made me think of something (somewhat off topic), however if there was a way to scan and print, or even just accurately model, blood cells, germs, bacteria, etc, they could really aid and assist in classroom discussion. A large-scale, tactile representation of something otherwise un-viewed (aside from using a microscope).
#1 Josh Siefer on 2012-10-05 17:25 (Reply)

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