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About the Lattice this week: From a recent publication in Physics World on #4DPrinting. A lattice structure, originally printed flat, has morphed into the outline of a human face after changing the surrounding temperature. Perspective view (left), top view (middle), and side view (right) of transformed lattice, approximately 160 mm tall. CREDIT: Lori K. Sanders
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