Sunpreet Arora

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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