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Geosciences’ Marc Michel switches from nanoparticles to 3D printing nasal swabs

Marc Michel, an associate professor in the Department of Geosciences, holds up a nasopharyngeal swab that he 3D printed in a lab at Steger Hall. Michel, out of focus, is wearing gloves, a PPE mask, and googles in accordance with safety standards.

Marc Michel, an associate professor in the Department of Geosciences, holds up a nasopharyngeal swab that he 3D printed in a lab at Steger Hall. Michel, out of focus, is wearing gloves, a PPE mask, and googles in accordance with safety standards.
Marc Michel, an associate professor in the Department of Geosciences, holds up a nasopharyngeal swab that he 3D printed in a lab at Steger Hall..

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