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How Gold Nanoparticles Keep 3D Printers Safe From Hackers

3D printing has been slowly finding its home in industries that require lots of specialization. In medicine, for example, 3D printing—also called additive manufacturing—has been used to create artificial organs that actually bleed when they’re cut (implanting these into human patients is still a ways off). Read full news article on motherboard.vice.com