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3D robot dinosaurs!

Kenneth Lacovara, a paleontologist at Drexel University is 3D printing bones and putting them together in robotic dinosaur models. Where do I order? gizmag has the story…

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Heinrich says:

“Technology in paleontology hasn’t changed in about 150 years,” said Dr. Kenneth Lacovara, a paleontologist at Drexel University. “We use shovels and pickaxes and burlap and plaster. It hasn’t changed – until right now.”

the usual sales talk. Ken knows about my research, and I am far from being a giant in this field.

What I wonder about is the moron journalists who are too dense to handle Google.

d maas says:

Thought something similar but – hey, let the results talk.

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