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Egyptian mummy gets face lift with 3D printing

South Korean broadcaster YTN has reported that a team of Australian researchers CT scanned a skull of a 2000-year-old Egyptian mummy and duplicated it through 3D printing technology. They also covered the copy of the skull with artificial skin and fixed it with facial features. The skull has been preserved for almost 100 years at the University of Melbourne.

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