There are perks to every job. Store employees get first dibs on the latest and greatest products, lawyers know just who to call to write up a will, and Curiosity writers get to try more online learning courses than they know what to do with. When you're a Ph.D. student at MIT, you get to 3D print your brain tumor. At least, that's what Steven Keating did — and the technology that came out of the project will soon benefit everyone.
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Oh, and one more, for folks interested in 3D printing their own medical data, check out the open source and free 3D Slicer (the amazing founder is also a co-author on our paper) and this tutorial: https://t.co/K8B6EoYtgR … and use @shapeways, @imaterialise, or your own printer.— Steven Keating (@stevenkeating) May 31, 2018
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