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Could 3D Printed Fingerprints Help Criminals Break Through Security? MSU Researchers Demonstrate It's Possible

Could 3D Printed Fingerprints Help Criminals Break Through Security? MSU Researchers Demonstrate It's Possible

The digital revolution has created a whole host of new problems involving identity theft. With so much of our personal information stored online, we’re all vulnerable to the risk of hackers breaking through and stealing our identifying details, no matter how strong our passwords. I know multiple people who have had their credit card information […]

The digital revolution has created a whole host of new problems involving identity theft. With so much of our personal information stored online, we’re all vulnerable to the risk of hackers breaking through and stealing our identifying details, no matter how...
3D Printed Kidney Helps Researchers Prove Riding a Roller Coaster May Help Pass Small Kidney Stones

3D Printed Kidney Helps Researchers Prove Riding a Roller Coaster May Help Pass Small Kidney Stones

About 11% of men and 7% of women will deal with kidney stones in their lifetime, and for many of these people they will be an ongoing health issue throughout their lives. Passing a kidney stone is often extremely painful, and if a blockage occurs, it can even be life threatening. Just in the United […]

About 11% of men and 7% of women will deal with kidney stones in their lifetime, and for many of these people they will be an ongoing health issue throughout their lives. Passing a kidney stone is often extremely painful, and if a blockage occurs, it can even be life...
Police Hope to Solve Murder by 3D Printing the Victim's Fingers

Police Hope to Solve Murder by 3D Printing the Victim's Fingers

Sometimes life seems like a bizarre episode of Law & Order. In the latest episode of “life is stranger than fiction,” a computer science professor has been tasked with helping police to solve a murder – by 3D printing the victim’s fingers. Michigan State University professor Anil Jain specializes in the study of biometric identification, which […]

Sometimes life seems like a bizarre episode of Law & Order. In the latest episode of “life is stranger than fiction,” a computer science professor has been tasked with helping police to solve a murder – by 3D printing the victim’s fingers....

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