Scientist uses 3D printing to recreate trilobites

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Few technologies are as up to date as 3D printing, and it’s still developing at incredible speed. Its open source nature means there are dozens of teams, and thousands of enthusiastic hobbyists, constantly working to advance its capabilities. The result is a pace of progress that the careful, methodical R&D department of a big company could never match. But in among all this cutting-edge activity, a scientist is using 3D printing to create the most [Read More]

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