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Researchers mix chemistry and 3-D printing to study ways to remove pollutants from air, water, environment

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3-D printing appeals to so many users on so many different levels. From engineers to architects to jewelers, there's a continual supply of new hardware, software, and materials to propel along infinite options for creating. If 3-D printing was made to appeal to one certain group though, for sure it's all those science buffs and technogeeks out there. Many of you were probably good at chemistry or perhaps even enjoy it — and if so, here's a great new idea to meld that interest with 3-D printing — as well as seeing how problems are solved—and sometimes, very important ones. more

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