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Notre Dame students highlight method for 3D printing skeletons of living animals

Notre Dame students highlight method for printing our skeletons of living animals

Can you really claim to love your pet if you haven’t printed out its skeletal structure for your mantle? Sure everyone expresses themselves in different ways, but the “3D Printing of Preclinical X-ray Computed Tomographic Data Sets” outlined by a team of Notre Dame students and a rep from MakerBot certainly beats getting your pet’s face printed on a sweater. The researchers have outlined a method for CT scanning live mice, rats and rabbits and printing out their skeletal structures in plastic. There are some cool research applications for such functionality, but more importantly, who could ask for a creepier gift for the pet owner in your life?

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Can you really claim to love your pet if you haven’t printed out its skeletal structure for your mantle? Sure everyone expresses themselves in different ways, but the “3D Printing of Preclinical X-ray Computed Tomographic Data Sets” outlined by a team of Notre Dame students and a rep from MakerBot certainly beats getting your pet’s face printed on a sweater. The researchers have outlined a method for CT scanning live mice, rats and rabbits and printing out their skeletal structures in plastic. There are some cool research applications for such functionality, but more importantly, who could ask for a creepier gift for the pet owner in your life?

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Can you really claim to love your pet if you haven’t printed out its skeletal structure for your mantle? Sure everyone expresses themselves in different ways, but the “3D Printing of Preclinical X-ray Computed Tomographic Data Sets” outlined by a team of Notre Dame students and a rep from MakerBot certainly beats getting your pet’s face printed on a sweater. The researchers have outlined a method for CT scanning live mice, rats and rabbits and printing out their skeletal structures in plastic. There are some cool research applications for such functionality, but more importantly, who could ask for a creepier gift for the pet owner in your life?

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The Daily Roundup for 04.02.2013

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You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours — all handpicked by the editors here at the site. Click on through the break, and enjoy.

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Unannounced Samsung ‘Galaxy S Tab’ tablet seemingly revealed in leaked image

Earlier reports have suggested that Samsung (005930) is working on a new full-sized Galaxy Tab tablet set to debut later this year. The slate was said to feature either a 10.1-inch or 11.6-inch Super AMOLED display with full HD resolution, an eight-core Exynos 5 Octa processor and the name Galaxy Tab 3 Plus. Now, a new report claims that Samsung will instead look to capitalize on the success of its Galaxy S line of smartphones and will bring the tablet to market as the Samsung Galaxy S Tab. The information comes to us from SamMobile, which has a good track record when reporting details about unannounced Samsung devices. The new tablet is said to be equipped with a 10.055-inch HD

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